I am getting this and similar errors when working with a project 'This application failed to start because it could not find or load the Qt plaform plugin "windows"'
Crashes have occurred in After Effects, Adobe Media Encode and Premiere Pro. This is happening on two different computers both are running Windows 10. I have reinstalled QT and that didn't help.
Can anyone help me out?
You have to provide exact info rather than throw around generics. Tell us the exact versions, crash info, system info and so on.
I gave the EXACT error I am receiving and that I am getting it in After Effects, Premiere Pro, and Media Encoder. All are the latest versions with the most recent updates. There is no 'crash info' as far as I know. If you click Ok or the exit button on the error popup it closes whichever Adobe program opened it up. Only happening with a couple projects so not everything. I do have times when working on these projects where AE just stops but no specific reason is given.
Did you ever get this solved? Please let us know if you still need assistance. It sounds like you need to install updated versions of our software where you simply do not need QuickTime to be installed as we have our own QuickTime Libraries that are installed with the application. Can you try that?
It is still happening in Premiere Pro. I have uninstalled and reinstalled it a couple times on both computers, so I am not sure why it is still happening with Premiere Pro
I think I had this ages ago and I removed a .DLL file from Premiere Pro
I think it was QT32Client.dll
try backing that up , then removing it , and starting up again
It's definetly a case of removing a QT .dll file from the program , as windows in some cases has decided not to deal with quicktime ...
I found 9 copies of QT32Client.dll, all in Adobe folders.
So I renamed the one in Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017
and got this 3 times...
I made sure I am completely up-to-date with all my Adobe Apps. Changed name of .dll back and still get the original error.
Any more Ideas?
it was a long time ago - but the quicktime error i had was fixed by removing
try that out
try removing this one importerquicktime.prm
try removing that , and restart it
I called adobe and they took over my computer.
What I saw the helpdesk person do was go to program files > adobe > and there was a folder "Common" - He changed the name of the folder to "Common.old" > then restarted adobe premiere > Run as administrator > It works again
program files > adobe > and there was a folder "Common" > change the name of the folder to "Common.old"
!! Problem Solved !! Thanks