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Ryan Khan
AEGP Plugin Element: Leaked effect refs (5027 :: 12) | What is this guys?
on Feb 14, 2017 at 5:42:31 am

Hello folks!

I encountered something very very annoying today and I was hoping if someone has a fix or maybe explain what this is.

Every time I load this one particular .aep file it gives me this message:

AEGP Plugin Element: Leaked effect refs
(5027 :: 12)


And its only happening with this one file which was working absolutely fine since last 8 months. Its basically a template which I use nearly everyday. All other files I load are opening just fine, with or without element except this one file which gives me the above mentioned message.

I am using AE CS6
Updated Graphics Card Drivers as well but no luck.

Please let me know if there is a possible fix to this.

Cheers guys!


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Cassius Marques
Re: AEGP Plugin Element: Leaked effect refs (5027 :: 12) | What is this guys?
on Feb 14, 2017 at 3:53:18 pm

Is it a Nvidia GPU? try reverting to the 372.90 driver. Its the only driver that renders raytraced stuff within Element 3d in windows 10 here.

Cassius Marques
http://www.zapfilmes.com


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Ryan Khan
Re: AEGP Plugin Element: Leaked effect refs (5027 :: 12) | What is this guys?
on Feb 20, 2017 at 6:57:17 am

Hello Cassius Marques!

I had the latest 378.66 release installed, reverted back to 372.90 and it worked!
Not getting the leaked effect error anymore.

Much appreciated!!!


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Dave LaRonde
Re: AEGP Plugin Element: Leaked effect refs (5027 :: 12) | What is this guys?
on Feb 14, 2017 at 3:55:22 pm

Here's something to try:
When you turn your machine on in the morning and launch AE for the first time of the day, make a new project file. IMPORT the old problem project file into the the project. If it works, save it and save a copy. Save another copy.

Quit AE, restart the machine, open the new project file and if it works, you're in good shape.

This is the main reason why you keep backup project files. Bad things happen. You need an escape route.

Dave LaRonde
Promotion Producer
KGAN (CBS) & KFXA (Fox) Cedar Rapids, IA


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