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Feedback Video recorder generates error

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by Gord10, Aug 5, 2019.

  1. Gord10

    Gord10

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    Whenever I start a Timeline cutscene in editor, I get these errors.

    'UnityEditor.Recorder.Input.GameViewInputSettings' is missing the class attribute 'ExtensionOfNativeClass'!

    'UnityEditor.Recorder.Input.AudioInputSettings' is missing the class attribute 'ExtensionOfNativeClass'!
    UnityEditor.Recorder.Timeline.RecorderClip:OnEnable()

    My game is about 9 GB's, it's not quite possible to upload the whole game.

    My log file is: https://www.dropbox.com/s/d43xo6q7gvv3af2/Editor_5_August_2019.log?dl=0


    It happens even in an empty scene with a director.
    Cinemachine 2.2.9, Recorder 2.0.2-preview.3, Windows 10 64-Bits
     
  2. marief_unity

    marief_unity

    Unity Technologies

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    Hi again,

    I meant a screenshot of the RecorderClip inspector, to use the same options than you :)

    I just gave a try with Windows 10, Unity 2018.4.5f1, Recorder 2.0.2-preview.3, Cinemachine 2.2.9 :
    - Created a timeline
    - Added a Recorder Clip with a MovieRecorder
    - Trigger a Record
    ----> all good.

    Would it be possible that your Assets folder contain an old package of Recorder ?

    If not, I would try to pinpoint if there is a package / element in your Assets Folder that interact badly with Recorder :
    - Duplicate your project
    - Starting with your Assets Folder, delete one by one what is in it and check if the error still shows up.

    Another way, would be to start from an empty project and re-add stuff until it breaks.

    Could be worth to try with 2018.4.5f1.

    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Aug 5, 2019
  3. Gord10

    Gord10

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    I am going to try the things you adviced, thank you.