So I just did a fresh install of OSX Mojave. Then I installed Premiere CC. On my dock I now have an icon for a plug-in scan. If I hover over it, dvaaudiofilterscan pops up. I searched to find out what this is and got no concise answer. In fact, there was some indication this is malware from Adobe. Can anybody explain what this is and whether it is a concern? Thanks
Mojave is just out of the box. So little to none user experience .
Best is to wait a while before installing a new OS.
dvaaudiofilterscan is part of the plug-in loading when Premiere Pro launches, AFAIK. Why it is showing up in the dock in Mojave, I'm not sure. I have forwarded this on to the team for investigation.
I'm having the same issue with the dvaaudiofilterscan app, with a green icon including the text "PLUG-IN SCAN" in the dock on my brand new iMac Pro that I configured from scratch (no Time Machine or other carryovers) and had just installed Premiere Pro CC 2019.
At the suggestion of JuanDC23, I uninstalled Premiere Pro, then reinstalled it, but the dvaaudiofilterscan app is still in my dock.
Thank you for insights and help.
i have the same problem and so far, unistalling & installing didn't work.
Same thing happening with me and when it is clicked it just bounces non stop in the dock until you force quit it.
I have found that you need to check accessibility and moreover select apps so that they have accessibility to all the other services.
I have also noticed that you might not see your project lists on the startup screen and might get a "Finder" accessibility error. So, here are the steps that you can try and quit and restart the application.
Apple Icon > System Preferences > Security and Privacy>Check Accessibility under privacy tab.
If the process is not available or available but unchecked then add process or check the existing process to allow accessibility control.
I did what you suggested and added Premiere and the other CC apps that I use (or that would scan for audio) and still, the icon sits in the toolbar.
Macbook Pro 2018, Mojave, CC 2019 apps.
Couple of things I need to know here.
1. Is it stuck while scanning the audio plugins?
2. Have you tried force quitting it and application crashes?
I also have the same problem as Bill. I force quit it and it goes away till I shut down my laptop, and turn it back on.
I have this problem but don't know which app to give permits.
Hi. I have same issue as Bill and James re Mojave and the davaaudiofilterscan icon on my dock. At least: I think I do. But the app isn't running. Not sure its causing any harm just yet. But as to Vinay's post of 092618 -it doesn't make sense to me. Fow what its worth: MacBook Pro is running better with Mojave in other respects.
Misspoke... dvaaudiofilterscan is not allowing my MacBook Pro to quit. Right-clicking it in the dock and selecting "quit" also does not quit the program. Nor can I access the Force Quit functionality of the OS (no surprise there) unbelievable.
I’m having the same issue. There is no “force quit” or “remove from dock” option. I had to use Option+Command+Escape to get to force quit. I couldn’t reboot my machine without a force quit. As soon as I rebooted it was back up and in the dock again.
i had the same problem and i did what you suggested and it worked thank's
I am having exactly the same problem, has anyone found a solution yet?
Adobe has a new update that came out a few days ago. That fixed it for me.
Adobe Premiere Pro CC version 13.0.1 (Build 13) is what I updated to. No more problems after update.
I unistalled all my adobe apps then reinstalled them and everything seems to be working fine now...
did you lose any file while reinstalling the creative cloud apps?
I didn’t lose any files, everything was working perfectly after I uninstalled then reinstalled
Hey I just went to my apple icon at the top left of the screen clicked on force quit and selected audiofilterscan. And it closed it out
Thanks for your reply in this forum regarding this issue.