Sorry for the issue with importing videos in LR and PS.
Please check this thread and see if it helps - Can anyone help? "DynamicLink" not available attempting to open Mov in Photoshop CS6
I already read that thread and the one thing I never see is the Adobe QT32 Server.exe ever pop up. it does appear the Dynamic link server is starting but does nothing. This error occurs in LR CC 2015, PS 2015, and Bridge. clearly a common problem across all Adobe Apps.
Does it only happen when you import videos in LR, or open any video in PS CC 2015.
As it is happening across all three of them i suspect it might be the user account on this machine as well,
- Try crating a new user account(admin)
- Check all three applications in there and see if the issue reproduces.
- If it does then you need to do a clean install of all adobe applications
- If it works as expected in the new account then it has to be some sort of element present in the original account causing the issue.
I made a test account with admin and PS 2015 actually worked, I did not get a dynamic link error in Lr 2015 but it just hung and never imported. Looks like I am at square one and have to follow that link you provided and totally reinstall everything to get this software working correctly. Now I have to decide if I want to spend that much time reinstalling and hacking after paying so much for the subscription or cut my losses and look for another solution. sure seems like a lot of work when you pay so much for a working product
I tried the clean routine you recommended and that did not work. I have been doing some more digging and discovered that there is a folder in /library/Application Support/dynamiclinkmediaserver/7.0 that there are no files in which makes sense as (as i understand it) in CC 2015 they are using version 8. The error when I try to do a video import error says
No where can I locate this folder, could it be hidden and I just cannot see it??
I found a fix!!!!!! I was searching for disk permissions for Adobe on the web and ran into a thread
In it there are instructions
Open Finder > (go) Computer > Macintosh HD > Users > Click once on the Home icon > Get Info >
click on lock and enter the admin password > click on cog wheel drop down > click on 'Apply' to enclosed items' > OK
Took about a minute to complete. Once done I launched PS CC 2015, LR CC 2015, and Premier Pro are all working now, NO media link errors at all.
Seems that Adobe would have published this in a very prominent spot as it is definitely the fix, seems it is from a problem in Bridge that caused the problem
I really appreciate sharing this with us.