Missing AUGraphicEQ filter...

New Here ,
Jan 09, 2020 Jan 09, 2020

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So I've been using Premiere Pro for the last year or so on a project of mine.

 

I needed to clear up some space on my drive, so I deleted Premiere Pro CC 2019, since it seemed redundant with having 2020. When I opened my project immediately after, it said "missing audio filter: AUGraphicEQ." 

 

Sure enough, this filter which I have used EXTENSIVELY in my project is gone, and I'm in a bit of a panic. I was literally opening the project to do a final output for two film festivals. I am desperately hoping I don't need to spend the next few days re-EQing my entire film.

 

Help? Advice?

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New Here , Jan 11, 2020 Jan 11, 2020

I had uninstalled, yes. The audio effect filter was AUGraphicsEQ.

 

After troubleshooting on my own and googling up a storm for a couple hapless hours, I went to Adobe support. They gave me a link to reinstall 2019, but that didn't seem to do the trick. Then I found a link that guided me into the audio plug-in preferences, where it was able to locate AUGraphicsEQ and then I had to reenable it.

 

Now everything is fine! Not sure how it all fell apart in the first place, but my assumption is certainly

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 10, 2020 Jan 10, 2020

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Did you uninstall or 'delete' 2019?

Which effect did you use? Graphic Equalizer (10 bands)? EQ (Obsolete)?

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I had uninstalled, yes. The audio effect filter was AUGraphicsEQ.

 

After troubleshooting on my own and googling up a storm for a couple hapless hours, I went to Adobe support. They gave me a link to reinstall 2019, but that didn't seem to do the trick. Then I found a link that guided me into the audio plug-in preferences, where it was able to locate AUGraphicsEQ and then I had to reenable it.

 

Now everything is fine! Not sure how it all fell apart in the first place, but my assumption is certainly in uninstalling 2019.

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Jun 16, 2022 Jun 16, 2022

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I know this thred is old, but I was curious what exactly you did to guide you into the audio plug-in preferences, where it was able to locate AUGraphicsEQ and then reenable it?

 

Thanks!

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