- Sep 29, 2020
can you explain the procedure step by step?
Hi, and for Catalina, what is the latest more reliable version for Premiere Pro ?QUICK UPDATE: Put the libfakeintel.dylib in your Application folder, put environment.plist in your $HOME/Library/LaunchAgents, overwrite libiomp5.dylib in Contents/Frameworks into AE CC 2020/2021 application with the one provided and we have the best working solution available for all actual adob...www.macos86.it
A quick resume: Put the libfakeintel.dylib in your Application folder, put environment.plist in your $HOME/Library/LaunchAgents, overwrite libiomp5.dylib in Contents/Frameworks into AE CC 2020/2021 application with the one provided and we have the best working solution available for all actual adobe's products. Right now Premiere Pro works until CC 2020 version 14.3.1, Premiere Pro CC 2021 still needs new fixes.
Hello, I am using Premiere 2021 v15.2.0. Does anybody have the solution for warp stabilization? As soon as I put the effect in any clip, the program closes.
I cannot transcode some of my material in Media Encoder. The computer freezes. I have a bunch of XAVC S 4K 4:2:2 10 bit. Some in 24 fps, some 60 fps and some 120 fps. I want to transcode this material to Apple Pro Res 422. Well, I made a queue list with all my material and start my job. After 3 files my computer freezes. I am using Media Encoder 15.2. Even when I try transcode one clip per time, the computer freezes. Does anybody have similar problems?
Both files are currently unavailable (taken off-site) Anyone know if they're relocated? Are they currently undergoing improvements? Is there an alternative to get PS 22.4.2 working? What gives?
I have PS shutting down when I select 'edit externally in Photoshop' from Lightroom Classic 10.3
Any help is much appreciated
Actually I use adobe crack version. When i fix it i can open the apps but after i use crack it not open and show same close messageI've finally managed to make it work with the libfakeintel.dylib method described above.
It's rather easy but the instructions can be quite unclear so here's what I did:
I'm using Photoshop 22.4.2, Illustrator 25.3.1 and Indesign 16.3.2 and it's working perfectly for me. Bear in mind that I've done this on a fresh installation of Big Sur, without other Adobe patches applied.
- Disable SIP (recovery > terminal > csrutil disable or with the opencore tool) and reboot into macOS
- Download Adobe Creative Cloud: https://creativecloud.adobe.com/en/apps/download/creative-cloud
- Download libfakeintel.dylib and environment.plist from the original post: https://www.macos86.it/topic/4822-photoshop-and-after-effects-cc-2021-amd-hackintosh-fix/
- Put the libfakeintel.dylib in your Application folder
- Put environment.plist in your $HOME/Library/LaunchAgents (Home folder = the folder of your macOS installation)
- On Adobe Creative Cloud, download the programs you want and wait for them to finish installing
- Here you go!
I've tested Photoshop a lot since yesterday and every tools are working. For Illustrator and Indesign, i'll report if I have some bugs but it seems to be pretty stable right now
It working fine now with latest version. Please follow https://www.macos86.it/topic/4822-photoshop-and-after-effects-cc-2021-amd-hackintosh-fix/Do these work on the latest releases? I've been running my system on Windows but it makes my heart hurt how bad this OS is, so I think it's time to try the hack again. Last time I had my system like 98% stable, but Photoshop would randomly freak out and crash on me without warning.