PLEASE FIX the dreaded "unable to obtain dynamiclink project"
I am getting an “unable to obtain dynamiclink project” error when I try to reapply Warp Stabilizer to a clip that had to be extended in length.
As Dynamic Link has caused problems for me in the past, my workflow for the past 3+ years is to copy/paste footage from Premiere Pro into a new After Effects timeline, and render a ProRes file. This has worked flawlessly for me, and no need to mess with Dynamic Link once I had the files in AE.
Today, I opened a project that contained some previously warp stabilized clips, one of which had to be extended in length. So, naturally I had to re-analyize that clip and re-stabilize it. However, now I'm getting the dreaded "unable to obtain dynamiclink project" error message.....but there IS NO DYNAMIC LINK PROJECT as I didn't create one. What's frustrating is that I tried replacing the clip, and reapplying warp stabilizer, but I still get the same error message. So now I am unable to use my project.
I have tried importing the files into a new project, but no luck. I copied and pasted the existing files into a new project, but again, no luck.
BTW, I am using the same versions of AE and PP, as you can’t copy and paste between them.
Thank you for filing this report. Are you still experiencing this issue in the latest versions of After Effects and Premiere ( versions 17.7 and 14.9 respectively )?
If the issue is still occurring, the application logs from Warp Stabilizer would be helpful for us to see what might be going wrong. These logs can be created by turning on Help > Enable Logging. After using Warp Stabilizer, navigate to the Preference folder ( Preferences > General > Reveal in Finder/Explorer ) and look in the "logs" folder for "AnalysisSelfLink Log.txt".
Is the inability to copy/paste between After Effects and Premiere Pro also still occurring in the latest versions?
Thanks very much for any additional information,
- John, After Effects Engineering Team