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Lens invalid or borken

  • Hey Jim,

    That is a new one 🤔. Would you mind recreating the issue and then submit a report with the project file via Help > Report an Issue? If the file is too big, you can also send a download link to


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  • What size is the filter you are creating? That could possibly be affecting your lens studio experience!

    The bigger the project the more the phone camera has to render and sometimes the phone cannot process.


    Cheers, AJ


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  • That's new error to me (and I have seen so many errors)


    Curious to know what type of lens you are making. Share with us the project if it's ok to be shared so we can try help you!

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  • Hey folks,

    Thanks for chiming in. The issue was caused by a script trying to access a property of an object that was not assigned. Issues like these can be spotted in the logger.


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