Here is a reply from a previous post. Seems like restarting worked.
So we've been looking into it and have a few suggestions.
Would you please try the following and report back. Thank you!
- Of course a restart of Photoshop, preferably with clean preferences is a good place to start.
- Try to open the movie file in Photoshop with the Open command. If dynamic link manager isn’t working, Photoshop should show the same error manager.
- Try browsing and playing the file in Bridge. Does that work?
- Make sure any parental control applications, such as Net Nanny, have not blocked access to Photoshop's dynamiclinkmanager.exe and dynamiclinkmediaserver.exe files. Add Photoshop as an exception to any such application that you have running. - There are some frameworks / libraries Photoshop includes for communicating with DLM. If any of those are missing, that will show this error message. A reinstall would be necessary.
I re-tried every single one of these steps, including reinstalling, and I still get the same error message. Not sure if it's something I'm missing, but I'm really at loss as to what to do now.
How many frames are you truing to import. Believe limit is 500.
Will the video play in Bridge?
Will the movie play in PS?
I posted a question in this discussionDynamicLink Media Server won't let me import video for video frames to layers anymore.
The question was: Did you solve this problem?
The discussion linked to here is a lot younger, which is why I posted there first.
I also put in information on the steps that I have tried and my computer specifications.