After Effects error: internal verification failure

Community Beginner ,
Feb 10, 2022 Feb 10, 2022

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Hello. I had uninstalled After Effects as I wanted to fix it so I reinstalled. But everytime I open After Effects, it gives me this error.

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Note: I did not delete my plugins at all when I uninstall and reinstalled After Effects.

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Feb 11, 2022 Feb 11, 2022

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Really impossible to know. Presumably you really have some really old plug-ins that are not compatible anymore. Start by analyzing the startup logs in the AE prefs folder. Anything else will require specific information about your plug-ins, your system and so on.

 

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Feb 11, 2022 Feb 11, 2022

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Hello, sir. This error occurs everytime I open After Effects, and I am sure it is caused my Saber plugin by Video Copilot. I have tried applying Saber to a solid to test it out, and the error did pop out. I have After Effects 2020 (I uninstalled and reinstalled it though to fix a problem) and I have uninstall and reinstalled Saber, yet it is the same. This error did not appear until Saber was added.

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Feb 11, 2022 Feb 11, 2022

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Well, since you still haven't provided any system info we can't advise specifically, but apparently one of the components required by the plug-ins is not correctly installed on your system. From a missing DLL to a borked graphics driver to genuine issues with your processor not supporting a specific math function used in the code this could be anything. Start investigating these things. If you really want to nerd out, you can use Sysinternals'/ Microsoft's process Explorer to check which function calls fail. That may offer soem clue as to what you need to fix.

 

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Okay sir. I will investigate this thoroughly and try to take some advices you have given to me. Once it work I might have to come back to you and update you. Thank you!

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