I've been building a plugin in Premiere Pro, up until now using CEP5/CSXS5, using [ Samples/PProPanel at master · Adobe-CEP/Samples · GitHub ] as an example.
Upon updating to the latest version of PPro today, it has started using CEP6/CSXS6 by default.
I updated the ExecutionEnvironment of my manifest.xml to use Premiere version [9.0,9.9], and setting CSXS 6.0 as the RequiredRuntime. (See image below)
While the plugin appears under Window > Extensions, clicking it generates the error :
ERROR Signature verification failed for extension com.myplugin.PProPanel
After that didn't work I tried both CEP_HTML_Test_Extension (listed as being CEP6 compatible) and then updating the PProPanel example to CEP6 using [ CEP 6 HTML Extension Cookbook for CC 2015 ] as a guide.
Got the same error in both cases.
Can anyone point to where I'm going wrong here? Is this a manifest.xml issue? a CEP6 issue? a PPro issue?
Any advice on getting plugins to load in CEP6 would be greatly appreciated!!!
Moving to the SDK subforum.
Looks like you need to set the debug mode for CSXS.6 on the system, as you probably have already set for CSXS.5
In Terminal, execute:
defaults write com.adobe.CSXS.6.plist PlayerDebugMode 1
Thank you Zac, that did the trick.
Oddly updating the plist manually (without using defaults app) didn't trigger it. I'm guessing that's due to multiple plists being stored at the system and user level.
Anyway, it's working and that's what matters!