I'm having this issue as well. sending the aaf and zip of the pe folder.
WIN: Win7 x64, MC 4.0.5, PE latest (also tried version 4426, same result)
MAC: OSX 10.5.8, MC 4.0.5, PE latest
My storage is a SATA RAID.
Last time I tried PE, worked just fine. (little over a month ago)
UPDATE #2: Fixed. Here's my write-up.
Project and sequences created on original machine.
Consolidated media and copied project files/bins over to a firewire drive.
Moved the media from firewire drive to my RAID, copied over project files/bins to my normal stash.
Re-linked footage in Avid to make the media on-line.
Here's the trick.
The sequences were already there and despite relinking the AAF pointers were still pointing in the old machine's direction.
To solve this, you need to make the sequences on the machine you will be running pluraleyes on.
For some reason Re-linking only re-links the media metadata. Even if you re-link a sequence to get the media on-line, the sequence metadata which is used when exporting AAF's doesn't re-link or get changed. Therefore, the AAF will point to wherever the media was on the original machine which created the sequence.
UPDATE: Fixed the "open" button thing. Software conflict.
Unfortunately both Mac and PC versions get the 90020013 exception now.
I'm going to mess around with Avid some. Seems like the source of the issue, but there's not much wiggle room in configuring AAF's.
Grr, this *was* frustrating.
All fixed, hope this helps someone else's hairline.
Cheers Bruce. Good stuff.