Don't use the bug-riddled AE CC 2015 for this. Use AE CC2014 instead.
What's weird is that it was working last week. I had just finished a previous project. I have all my assets on a Thunderbay drive, you don't think it could be a permissions thing do you. I ask because I did just get an OSX update.
You don't think it could be a permissions thing do you. I ask because I did just get an OSX update.
I do. Macs almost always screw permissions up on an OSX update. So much so that I have this link handy to be copy-pasted whenever I'm on the forum! fixing permissions problem that impedes start of Adobe applications
Using 2014 appears to work. Thanks for the help.
Ok, here we are again. Here is a list of everything that is not working:
QT 32 Server: Not Responding
Dynamic Links are crashing or losing connection
Regular video not Dynamically linked is losing connection
When I open premiere 7 times out 10 it hangs on trying to load media.
I have installed Premiere and After Effects CC 2014 which worked for a period but are now back to the same thing 2015 was doing. I really cannot figure out if it is the hardware I am using or the software. I am not a Mac person so troubleshooting the hardware is become an issue. I have ran Onyx to repair permission and check drive issues. I have copied my entire project over to my internal drive, instead of the Thunderbay, and I still could not get files to relink. I am losing days because of this. I am going to try reinstalling all my software and see what happens. If anyone has any other suggestions I would appreciate it. I did install additional Ram went from 16gig to 32 gig. I know I have them in the right DIMMS, but the Ram is not directly from Apple, it is Apple certified, but not Apple brand, could that be an issue?
The Mac OSX v 10.10.4 update fixes some major bugs in the operating system that caused problems in these areas. The issue was with TCP communication being cut off.
Also, make sure that you've installed the latest updates for the Adobe applications: