I've been experiencing FCP crashes every time I try to display my video through a firewire enabled camera. In retrospect, all these problems started with my first crash and an error message relating to the KG-core plugin came up. Does anyone know what the KG-core plugin is and how I can solve this problem?
I determined it was nothing to do with a plugin, but rather a corrupted project file that had been damaged during a machine crash. I had to go into the autosave vault and keep trying older and older svaed versions of the project until one finally opened without the error message. I then saved that version as my new master for the project and proceeded from there without incident.
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Re: KG-core plugin by Ming Saadprai on May 28, 2008 at 11:00:25 am
Thanks for the response! I doubt it's a corrupted project because fcp crashes whenever I set the display to firewire and hit play, even in a new project just looking at color bars. The KG-core error message only ever came up once, since then fcp just suddenly quits with no messages. Any ideas?
Re: KG-core plugin by Ming Saadprai on May 29, 2008 at 4:46:29 am
It was a clean install on a new system Peter, thanks for the thought.
It completely slipped my mind to trash the preferences but I'll do that and see how it goes. Guess I'd gotten fixated with the KG-core error. Thanks lots guys!
Re: KG-core plugin by Mark Freed on Jan 8, 2009 at 7:42:23 pm
I had this problem too. In order to get back into FCP, you should dump your preferences by going into the folder Library/Preferences, and then deleting the file com.apple.FinalCutPro.plist and the folder Final Cut Pro User Data.
Then, once you're in FCP, you'll have to reset your preferences, including the scratch disks. What caused the problem in the first place, at least for me, was that my Thumbnail Cache scratch disk was set to a remote drive. Make sure this in particular is set to a folder on the MacHD, and FCP should open normally again.
Re: KG-core plugin by Mike Fuller on Aug 29, 2009 at 4:03:00 am
I found this post in the Apple Forum re: KG core:
"The KGCore plug-in is in FCP Contents. You have to dig-in the Final Cut Pro app and if you search for KGCore you will probably find 2 files (a folder named something like KGCore.framework and a Unix executable file) deleting those 2 won't do you any good. Fully removing and re-installing the app worked for me though. Hope I helped."
Re: KG-core plugin by Jack Johnson on Sep 3, 2010 at 10:45:30 pm
I'm have a similar problem and I'm noticing it has something to do with the sequence render settings. I crash every time I'm rendering with settings set to 100% resolution. I never crash at 50%.
I figured it out! There was a conflict with full resolution and a combination of effects and composites...I doubled one layer on top of another and was using a an overlay composite. The top layer had 3 effects: Line Art, Strobe, and Stop Motion. The bottom layer also had Strobe and Stop motion among others. By eliminating the Stop Motion, the KG Core crashes stopped.
I think my coworker helped me find the solution, at least for me. I believe it was the waveform cache that had a corrupted file in it, because I had turned on "show waveforms" on a different computer than my usual one, and when I opened the project in my usual computer the KG core crashing started. So deleting the contents of the waveform cache folder solved the problem. It started again when I went back to that computer, so I can't use waveforms on that computer for some reason. I had also tried
My coworker tells me this can happen with many different kinds of files interfering with different software that might be installed on the computer. Maybe also render files or thumbnail cache could cause the problem.