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The AEVideoFilter.cpp-1645 error points to an illegal state when setting up rendering for an After Effects effect plug-in. If you know which frame is being rendered, see if you have any effects (3rd party or otherwise) applied to the frame being rendered, and you might try temporarily uninstalling them to isolate the problem. If the problem disappears after uninstalling a certain plug-in, then you know you've identified the code that triggers the error. And it would be really helpful to post any findings back here for the benefit of others.
Is that the same error that you see when reopening the project? Or does the error refer to a different line of code?
Also, from what I can gather, it appears you're using 4.0.1. You might as well update to the latest 4.2.1 version.
Thanks for the response. I need to look into the updated version.
I just tried again to enter the original project and it shows the "debug" message then crashes. There appears to be no way into it.
I also tried moving the folders with all the project files to a different location and that still didn't get around the "debug" message.
During this project I have encountered 12 blue screens and 20 unexpeted program shutdowns (I'm only at the 90 second mark of a 150 second video). That was before the "Debug" issue. I had been diligently saving my project after nearly every edit/keystroke. However, Once I got the debug message, I was no longer able to open the project. After much scurrying around, and after reading your message, I decided to try the project file folder. In there I found a version that had nearly all the edits I had made.
I'm sure these are the words of a noob, but from this I've learned that not only saving frequently, but "saving as" frequently is important. Fortunately I had rendered out a full size test file with about 98% off all my edits which I could use if nec.
The thing I don't understand is why Adobe has error/debug codes without a key to them. Someone wrote them into the program, so it seems reasonable that they would be easy to find in a "trouble shooting" section of the software or at least Adobe's website.
Wow, I feel your pain. Please do check out the 4.2.1 update - hopefully that should resolve many of the issues you're running into. You can just go to Help > Updates, and the Adobe Update Manager will find any updates out there.
There are normal error messages, and then there are errors that refer to lines of code. The ones that contain references to lines of code were automatically generated, not hand-created by an engineer. There is a Wikia on Premiere Pro where helpful members of the community (especially Eddie Lotter) have put together a list of known errors with their meanings, and possible resolutions:
If you do hit that AEVideoFilter.cpp-16xx error message again, it'd be great if you could post back and describe how you're triggering it, and which video effect you're using.