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GoPro VR Plugins Continue to Crash

PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 4:10 am
by mrgoodfellow
I had no problem using the plugins for a video project however suddenly the GoPro VR Reframe plugin no longer works.
Every time I apply the plugin to 360 video or photos the software crashes.

Where can I get the logs and how should I start digging into this issue? Error occurs in both Premiere and After Effects

I have tried:
Uninstalling and Re-Installing all GoPro and VR Plugins. Manually Deleting and Reinstalling Plugins, Updating Adobe Premiere and After Effects.

Version Used: GoProVRPlugins_x64_102_2017-11-03.exe

Re: GoPro VR Plugins Continue to Crash

PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 4:58 pm
by odisey
I have the same problem here! Two days of work gone away. Here is some more info:

I confirm the bug. Here is a video I posted in the Facebook group for GoPro Fuision users.

I spent 2 full days of editing this video, everything was fine. I was just finished, and without any visible change in my actions, suddenly the plugin stopped working. I have created many videos with it, without any problem before.

I donwgraded the GeForce drivers - nothing (to which version I should downgrade actually??).
Kolor GoPro VR Reframe plugin is Version 1.0 - couldn't find an older one.
I reinstalled it - nothing.
I reinstalled Windows - nothing.
I reinstalled AfterEffects - nothing.
Updated Windows, cleared AE cache etc - nothing.

Check out the videos: ... 101496259/ ... 108090725/

There is some more info in the comments and the videos description and another video too.


Re: GoPro VR Plugins Continue to Crash

PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2018 2:33 pm
by SoenkeW
Wow! Didn't you save your Project for two days?? Are all the Auto saves gone, too??

For me it looks like you put your video to reframe into a comp, that is way smaller than your original footage. E.g. 4k Footage into 1080 comp. I have recognized, that this is lethal for Premiere - for what reason ever...
Try to create a comp from your original footage, then reorient it and just then fit it into a new 1080 comp. This helped me out...

Best regards!