8 Replies Latest reply on Feb 5, 2013 8:46 AM by Dave LaRonde

    After effects cs5 crashing - dynamiclinkmanager, Language registry key, Ivideosource


      Hey everyone,


      I'm running After Effects CS5 (10.0.2 - most up to date) in OSX 10.6.8 on a Mac Pro tower

      • 2x2.66 ghz dual-core Intel Xenon
      • 7gb DDR2
      • ATI Radeon x1900 XT 512mb
      • Dual monitors


      I keep getting the following error messages, most frequent to least

      • <140735089106112> <5> /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Common/dynamiclink/CS5/dyanmiclinkmanager.app.


      • <140735243008352> <ASL.ResourceUtils.GetLanguageIDFromRegistry> <0> Unable to obtain the User 'Language' registry key at: Software\Adobe\After Effects\10.5.1\ Defaulting to 'en_US'.


      • <140735089106112> <Ivideosource> <5> AE push total_frames 180, MC pull frames w/safety margin 180, margin 0.


      I have also gotten other error messages pertaining to these problems invovling the gaussian blur filter and some pdf error.

      • After Effects error: crash occured while invoking effect plug-in "Gaussian Blur".
      • After Effects error: There was an error processing this PDF Document. (1074397201) ( 50 :: 29 )


      I am working with AI files, some have been converted to footage, some still AI - continously rasterizing. I even cleared all AI files out to see if they might have been the problem, still crashing. File works fine on PC. Have reinstalled twice. Need to stay on cs5 because I'm working on files with others.


      Crashes randomly in a variety of processes such as scrubbing the time, RAM previews, composing, etc. I have tried resetting all preferences, deleting prefs manually, and some open GL things.


      Would cs5.5 or 6 work? We have additional licenses for both. Could also upgrade to mountain lion?


      Any other solutions or ideas would be greatly appreciated! Trying to get work done for a client and have tried running AE CS5 on OSX 10.6.8 on a macbook pro - getting the same problems, and its not the file (fine on pc).