Hi, I wasn’t sure where to post this but I thought it should be known for others.
I was working in 22 on a rig with a few OGL-Controllers in the file and closed the program, I had 21 open and wanted to quickly continue later so I opened the file.
OGL-Controllers are new to 22 so they don’t work there and a warning shows up. I knew this but was working on something else so I decided to continue on that.
Later I tried to open the file in 22 again, but every time I tried to open it (including previous versions) it would crash before it could open the file.
Opening it again in 21 I deleted all the OGL-Controller Nodes and saved it. Now I can open it in 22 again, it won’t crash on opening but obviously, it no longer has the OGL-Controller Nodes.
I wanted to warn as this is a new feature, if you open a file in 21 or lower that has OGL-Controller Nodes, you will not be able to open it in Harmony 22 again until those Nodes are removed. I don’t know of any other solution, and I’m not sure if this is a common issue for new nodes, but it stumped me for a while and I was afraid of losing work for it, so I wanted to make sure others know a way of fixing it publicly, so you don’t go through the abject horror of believing you’ll never be able to open the file again.