Izotope plugins all fail AU validation

misti

New Member
#1
Ever since I updated my macbook to elcappitan OS X, all my izotope audio units and plugins have not worked in Logic. They all worked on Yosemite and Mountain Lion though i'm not sure if the operating system its e root cuz i'm the only one i'm aware of with this catastrophe. The affected plugins include Ozone 6, Nectar 2, Insight, Iris and Stutter Edit. All other plugins from Apple, Waves, fxPansion and linkedvst work all fine. I've uninstalled and reinstalled all plugins one by one and even repaired the disk emissions but all the plugins work except my isotope ones.
Here's the error message when Nectar 2 goes through AU validation:

validating Audio Unit iZotope Nectar 2 by iZotope:

AU Validation Tool
Version: 1.6.1a1
Copyright 2003-2013, Apple Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Specify -h (-help) for command options

--------------------------------------------------
VALIDATING AUDIO UNIT: 'aumf' - 'ZnN2' - 'iZtp'
--------------------------------------------------
Manufacturer String: iZotope
AudioUnit Name: Nectar 2
Component Version: 2.0.2 (0x20002)
Component's Bundle Version: 0.0.0

* * PASS
--------------------------------------------------
TESTING OPEN TIMES:
COLD:
2015-07-23 06:45:28.673 auvaltool[1684:55538] Error loading /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components/iZNectar2AUHook.component/Contents/MacOS/PluginHooksAU: dlopen(/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components/iZNectar2AUHook.component/Contents/MacOS/PluginHooksAU, 262): Library not loaded: /usr/local/lib/libxml2.2.dylib
Referenced from: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components/iZNectar2AUHook.component/Contents/MacOS/PluginHooksAU
Reason: image not found
FATAL ERROR: OpenAComponent: result: -50,0xFFFFFFCE


validation result: couldn't be opened


I get a similar error message on all the isotope plugins ... I feel i might have deleted either a .plist file or .pref file at some point that caused this error of "no image found" and a simple line of code in Terminal could fix my woes but i'm not a computer expert and I don't know what to do.

Please help?
 
#2
Ever since I updated my macbook to elcappitan OS X, all my izotope audio units and plugins have not worked in Logic. They all worked on Yosemite and Mountain Lion though i'm not sure if the operating system its e root cuz i'm the only one i'm aware of with this catastrophe. The affected plugins include Ozone 6, Nectar 2, Insight, Iris and Stutter Edit. All other plugins from Apple, Waves, fxPansion and linkedvst work all fine. I've uninstalled and reinstalled all plugins one by one and even repaired the disk emissions but all the plugins work except my isotope ones.
Here's the error message when Nectar 2 goes through AU validation:

validating Audio Unit iZotope Nectar 2 by iZotope:

AU Validation Tool
Version: 1.6.1a1
Copyright 2003-2013, Apple Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Specify -h (-help) for command options

--------------------------------------------------
VALIDATING AUDIO UNIT: 'aumf' - 'ZnN2' - 'iZtp'
--------------------------------------------------
Manufacturer String: iZotope
AudioUnit Name: Nectar 2
Component Version: 2.0.2 (0x20002)
Component's Bundle Version: 0.0.0

* * PASS
--------------------------------------------------
TESTING OPEN TIMES:
COLD:
2015-07-23 06:45:28.673 auvaltool[1684:55538] Error loading /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components/iZNectar2AUHook.component/Contents/MacOS/PluginHooksAU: dlopen(/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components/iZNectar2AUHook.component/Contents/MacOS/PluginHooksAU, 262): Library not loaded: /usr/local/lib/libxml2.2.dylib
Referenced from: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components/iZNectar2AUHook.component/Contents/MacOS/PluginHooksAU
Reason: image not found
FATAL ERROR: OpenAComponent: result: -50,0xFFFFFFCE


validation result: couldn't be opened


I get a similar error message on all the isotope plugins ... I feel i might have deleted either a .plist file or .pref file at some point that caused this error of "no image found" and a simple line of code in Terminal could fix my woes but i'm not a computer expert and I don't know what to do.

Please help?


This is a known issue with El Capitan. Once it goes public, we'll be able to release a patch for it, but for now the workaround is:

  1. At the top of the screen with the Finder open, click Go > Go To Folder...
  2. Type in /usr/lib/ and press enter.
  3. Locate and select "libxml2.2.dylib", and hit Cmd+C to copy this file.
  4. Again at the top of the screen use the Go > Go To Folder option and type /usr/local.
  5. There most likely will be nothing in this folder. Create a new folder called "lib". You can do this using the Shift+Cmd+N shortcut.
  6. Open the lib folder you just created and hit Cmd+V to paste the file there.
  7. Our products should now work in Logic, though you may need to rescan the plug-ins from the Plug-in Manager.
 
#3
I'm having the same problem. I've tried to do what Justin said, but I can't find libxml2.2.dylib anywhere. If you got it figured out please let me know.
 
#5
This is a known issue with El Capitan. Once it goes public, we'll be able to release a patch for it, but for now the workaround is:

  1. At the top of the screen with the Finder open, click Go > Go To Folder...
  2. Type in /usr/lib/ and press enter.
  3. Locate and select "libxml2.2.dylib", and hit Cmd+C to copy this file.
  4. Again at the top of the screen use the Go > Go To Folder option and type /usr/local.
  5. There most likely will be nothing in this folder. Create a new folder called "lib". You can do this using the Shift+Cmd+N shortcut.
  6. Open the lib folder you just created and hit Cmd+V to paste the file there.
  7. Our products should now work in Logic, though you may need to rescan the plug-ins from the Plug-in Manager.

Hi Justin,

I´m having the same problems with my Izotope Iris but on Maschine and OS Mavericks 10.9. The problem is that I can´t find the /usr/local/ folder. I get the message that it doesn't exist. Do you know if in Mavericks is a different route?

Thanks,
 

Cashy

New Member
#6
This is a known issue with El Capitan. Once it goes public, we'll be able to release a patch for it, but for now the workaround is:

  1. At the top of the screen with the Finder open, click Go > Go To Folder...
  2. Type in /usr/lib/ and press enter.
  3. Locate and select "libxml2.2.dylib", and hit Cmd+C to copy this file.
  4. Again at the top of the screen use the Go > Go To Folder option and type /usr/local.
  5. There most likely will be nothing in this folder. Create a new folder called "lib". You can do this using the Shift+Cmd+N shortcut.
  6. Open the lib folder you just created and hit Cmd+V to paste the file there.
  7. Our products should now work in Logic, though you may need to rescan the plug-ins from the Plug-in Manager.
Thanks so much Justin!!!! Had to make an account just to thank you. Almost lost my mind.
 
#7
This is a known issue with El Capitan. Once it goes public, we'll be able to release a patch for it, but for now the workaround is:

  1. At the top of the screen with the Finder open, click Go > Go To Folder...
  2. Type in /usr/lib/ and press enter.
  3. Locate and select "libxml2.2.dylib", and hit Cmd+C to copy this file.
  4. Again at the top of the screen use the Go > Go To Folder option and type /usr/local.
  5. There most likely will be nothing in this folder. Create a new folder called "lib". You can do this using the Shift+Cmd+N shortcut.
  6. Open the lib folder you just created and hit Cmd+V to paste the file there.
  7. Our products should now work in Logic, though you may need to rescan the plug-ins from the Plug-in Manager.

You're a life saver. how do you know this shit wow! also created an account to thank you haha
 

Auro

New Member
#8
This is a known issue with El Capitan. Once it goes public, we'll be able to release a patch for it, but for now the workaround is:

  1. At the top of the screen with the Finder open, click Go > Go To Folder...
  2. Type in /usr/lib/ and press enter.
  3. Locate and select "libxml2.2.dylib", and hit Cmd+C to copy this file.
  4. Again at the top of the screen use the Go > Go To Folder option and type /usr/local.
  5. There most likely will be nothing in this folder. Create a new folder called "lib". You can do this using the Shift+Cmd+N shortcut.
  6. Open the lib folder you just created and hit Cmd+V to paste the file there.
  7. Our products should now work in Logic, though you may need to rescan the plug-ins from the Plug-in Manager.
Man, thanks a lot. Another account created JUST to thank you.
 
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