Can you import those files in CC 2014?
I was able to open the same files in CC 2014, yes.
Since yesterday, I have uninstalled all of the cc 2015 apps and then reinstalled them. After about 6-8 attempts, the above error has only appeared once. Not sure what is triggering it. I thought it might have something to do with opening Photoshop at any point after booting the computer, but several tries of doing so have not reproduced the problem, though Premiere consistently crashes during that process with a "serious error" which has never happened before. May be an unrelated bug.
I will update this as I uncover more info.
I am having the same issue. I will try reverting to 2014 for now, but it would be great to get a fix for this bug in the 2015 version.
After closing After Effects when experiencing the above error, I am also getting a window popping up with this similar error message:
After Effects error: Photoshop file format error 1.
( 45 :: 35)
Same here with dng imports. Have gotten both of the error texts listed above. Successfully imported, edited and rendered one dng sequence with only a few errors, but seems to be unusable now. No big deal, only have a film edit due in a few days and no After Effects
CC 2014 uninstalled in the update process. Beyond irritating that preventing uninstall requires a subtle "opt out" in this update. That deserved a big warning flag instead of a tick box under advanced options.
Bad enough we lost multiprocessing in Ae '15. Had been planning to go back to '14 anyway when I discovered that gem. Guess there's a download link for '14 on site somewhere. Hopefully that won't cause problems installing an older version now.
This doesn't work every time, but usually if I reboot the computer and go immediately into AE, it works again. Eventually, though, the error comes back.
Also, if I can't get a .dng sequence to open at all in an existing comp, I've been able to open it in a fresh comp (preferably after rebooting the computer). I can then open the original comp that I'm working on and then import this new comp into that.
This has ground my film's production to a grind, but I was contacted by one of the software developers about this and I have provided a detailed description of this issue along with a detailed error log about a week ago so hopefully a fix is coming soon. Sweet baby Jesus, I hope so.
yup! I am getting the same as you. I haven't rolled back yet to 2014 hoping that there might be a workaround or a fix.
i7 CPU X980 3.33GHz
NVIDIA GTX 680
We have a bug-fix update coming in less than a week if all goes as planned, and this update includes fixes for issues with the Camera Raw plug-in.
Works great so far todd!
I have just encountered this error this week for the first time...have no idea what's causing it. Workflow hasn't changed, nor has my hardware or software.
When I attempt to import a Canon Raw sequence (.cr2 with their attached .xmp), After Effects returns this exact error. Any ideas guys???
All current Adobe CC (AE 220.127.116.11)
Macbook Pro w/ OSX 10.14.11
Macbook Pro w/ OSX 10.14.11
There's the problem, you're living in the future and AE doesn't know how to deal with it!
Jokes aside, I assume you meant 10.11.4
My initial question still applies; can you import these files into CC 2014?
Haha, yea. So I just got the issue resolved rolling my ACR back to 9.4 - I think AR, OSX, a d Adobe Camera Raw didn't know how to play nice in that combination. If anything changes I'll keep you posted...I wonder when Adobe will address this. Strange that using the newest release of everything would cause issues. One of the few bummers about subscription model...compatibility shifts constantly! At least for this job I'm covered, until the next update
AE* and ACR. Don't reply to forums on your phone, kids!
Thanks for sharing what worked!