When I try to work with rotobrush, I make it on first frame and then when I push space or cmd + → to move forward, After effects just closed without any messages.
I use Macbook M1 with lastest Bigsur. After effects 18.4.
I also try to reinstall After effects, and I try 18.2 version. Still dont work.
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The bug is caused by the IOS 11..15.1 updates. It is documented, bug reports are filed, and every available version of AE will crash immediately if you try and propagate Rotobrush. We will have to wait for an update. It may take a while. Premiere Pro, Audition, and a bunch of other Adobe apps are already Universal (M1 compliant) but After Effects, even AE Beta is still a universal app that needs to run under Rosetta.
Most of the time, before I run an IOS update or a Windows update, I make a bootable copy of my boot drive co I can roll back in a couple of minutes if there are problems. This was one time I got caught so my M1 Mac is useless for Rotobrush until an update fixes the bug caused by Apple "improving" security. It's a killed background process that causes the crash.
It there a way to turn off the OS function of killing background process that causes the crash???
hello sir, im on a macbook pro M1 but on ios 11.4, and still i have problems with rotoscoping. it doesn'tinstantly crash, but it's uncredibly slow, and it just sops after 2 to 5 seconds, is there a fox for that?
Are there any updates? it still breaks for me.
As mentioned by Rick Gerard, Its the update that is causing the crash.
But I found a workaround,
Once you did painting with roto brush, before proceeding to the next frame.
Change the roto brush version to classic.
It works that way.
Note : But even after IOS 11.6 update the crash continues.
I had the same problem and I noticed the following: When my working space in in "None" I have no problem with Rotobrush. When I activate a specific working space color profile (for examble, I am always working using the color profile of my monitor calibration) then rotobrush crashes. If I have working color space off, it works fine, if it is on, it crashes. So I do my rotobrush work with no color space and after I am done, I reactivate the working space. If I use "None" as my working space, then I am not having any issues.
I tried your solution but it didn't work on my laptop Macbook pro M1 with the last version of After.
I moved the rotobrush setting back to 1.0 classic and it seemed to fix the issue for the clip I needed.