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Seeking Fixes for Premiere's 'Filter Missing' Error & 3rd Party Plugins

Community Beginner ,
May 19, 2024 May 19, 2024

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Everything I've read in community posts about "filter missing" errors on new Apple machines (M1, M2, M3) boils down to one unfortunate conclusion: you're out of luck. It's frustrating for anyone trying to revisit old projects that rely on outdated or third-party plugins. I get it, new software, security concerns, compatibility issues— but seriously, nothing? A significant portion of my work involves revisiting old projects to make updates or additions to previous videos. It's disheartening to find that my only option is likely to be starting over from scratch, which isn't practical for many of them. Should I resort to buying an older, used Mac and running an outdated version of Premiere? And even if I do, how long will that be a viable solution? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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LEGEND , May 20, 2024 May 20, 2024

Oh, I've done that ... thankfully, I don't need to very often. But a few times I've had to do so.

 

Third-party plugins are at times really needed. I've kept mine down to Neat noise removal and the full "Red Giant" suite now from Maxon. If it ain't in there, I don't do it.

 

Oh ... and for BRAW, the Autokroma plugin. 

 

And I do keep them all updated.

 

I have a backup computer, that was my previous "main" computer, that has all CC apps I have used back to 2015 ... including SpeedGrade! ... installed on

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May 19, 2024 May 19, 2024

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in the future, to find the best place to post your message, use the list here, https://community.adobe.com/

p.s. i don't think the adobe website, and forums in particular, are easy to navigate, so don't spend a lot of time searching that forum list. do your best and we'll move the post (like this one has already been moved) if it helps you get responses.



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Oh, ok thank you. 

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you're welcome 

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LEGEND ,
May 19, 2024 May 19, 2024

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The "obsolete" effects have all been in those bins in the Effects panel for several years. Like five or so years, and I've been surprised how long they kept them around at all. So there's actually been a lot of time to migrate things forward.

 

And moving onto a completely new CPU type, well ... that's a choice also. One most would want to do naturally, but ... it involved the clear implication that the obsolete effects would not be available. As they would not be updating those, including, for the new Apple chips, completely creating something from scratch that's been listed as obsolete for five years. Not gonna happen.

 

So yea, it's a royal pain. But it was coming.

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May 20, 2024 May 20, 2024

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Neil, I appreciate your patience in addressing similar concerns from others like me, haha. In my case, it's mostly 3rd party plugins that stop working after upgrades, which discourages me from using them. The lesson I've learned is to avoid 3rd party plugins.

I know this seems ridiculous, but I have many old projects that I'm reopening to update and export at slightly higher resolutions, and most of them use various 3rd party plugins. It's a very particular use case.

My main question now is: is it best to keep an old system with an outdated version of Premiere or After Effects for compatibility with older projects? Will I still be able to run a 2021 version on an old system in the future, or will it eventually stop working?

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Oh, I've done that ... thankfully, I don't need to very often. But a few times I've had to do so.

 

Third-party plugins are at times really needed. I've kept mine down to Neat noise removal and the full "Red Giant" suite now from Maxon. If it ain't in there, I don't do it.

 

Oh ... and for BRAW, the Autokroma plugin. 

 

And I do keep them all updated.

 

I have a backup computer, that was my previous "main" computer, that has all CC apps I have used back to 2015 ... including SpeedGrade! ... installed on it. So I can go back on that one if I need to.

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I'm glad to hear that! It's valuable for me to be able to identify which third-party plugins merit keeping and updating, along with considering the importance of having a backup computer. I think this is what I must do. 

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