Premiere Pro 2018 CC hangs at "loading ImporterQuicktime.bundle"

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Yesterday, I was working on a project when I got a "low level error" that caused my Mac to freeze. I rebooted and successfully got the project to reopen.

Today, Premiere Pro will not launch. It hangs at "loading ImporterQuicktime.bundle". I tried using Option  + Shift after Premiere pro starts to launch, but it still hangs. I uninstalled and reinstalled, but still no progress. I have a version 2017 Premiere Pro, and it successfully launches and will open old projects. Of course, my new projects are created in 2018 and I need to continue working on them.

I have seen this "loading ImporterQuicktime.bundle" issue with other users in threads dating back to CS6, but can't find any current information on this issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated, as there are projects I need to resume work on.

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Premiere Pro 2018 CC hangs at "loading ImporterQuicktime.bundle"

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Yesterday, I was working on a project when I got a "low level error" that caused my Mac to freeze. I rebooted and successfully got the project to reopen.

Today, Premiere Pro will not launch. It hangs at "loading ImporterQuicktime.bundle". I tried using Option  + Shift after Premiere pro starts to launch, but it still hangs. I uninstalled and reinstalled, but still no progress. I have a version 2017 Premiere Pro, and it successfully launches and will open old projects. Of course, my new projects are created in 2018 and I need to continue working on them.

I have seen this "loading ImporterQuicktime.bundle" issue with other users in threads dating back to CS6, but can't find any current information on this issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated, as there are projects I need to resume work on.

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Nov 06, 2018

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DavidP,

Are you on Mac? If so, run task manager and end the process running called  ‘dynamiclink‘. Once closed Premier Pro should open with no errors. Please try it and report back.

Thanks,

Kevin

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I have this problem right now.  Just installed latest CC on Mac OS 10.13.6.  Premiere got held up on a plugin I had, so I found it and killed it.  Now it's hung up on this QuickTime thing.  I closed some sort of dynamiclink thing in Activity Monitor and Premiere still stopped on the same thing.

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I'm having this same issue!! HELP!

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did you ever figure out how to fix this issue ?

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'dynamiclink' kept launching (according to the Activity Monitor) whenever I tried opening Premiere, at which point Premiere would get stuck loading the same ImporterQuickTime.bundle. So, I took a risk and just...got rid of dynamiclink.

 

DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK, since I don't know for sure if removing dynamiclink will cause other errors, but anecdotally, it worked for me. I followed this path: Applications/Adobe Premiere Pro 2020/Adobe Premiere Pro 2020 (right click--show package contents)/Contents/dynamiclinkmanager (right click--show package contents)/Contents/MacOS/dynamiclinkmanager. I removed the dynamiclinkmanager "Unix executable" file (I put a copy of it on my desktop, then moved the original to the trash). Then, I tried launching Premiere, and everything seems to be working fine. 

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None of these solutions have worked for me.  Please, any other suggestions.  Please help.

Catalina 10.15.7

Processor 2.4 8core i9

32GB memory

Radeon Pro 560X 4 GB

Intel UHD Graphics 630 1536 M

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I just deleted the old QuickTime 7 Pro, and it started working again.  They stopped supporting the program.

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