This error occurs when reading of communication with the license server failed due to timeout.
Possible causes include the following.
(1) Your PC security software is blocking or encrypting the communication.
(2) Your PC is communicating with the network via a proxy server (such as a network management server in a company or school).
For proxy communications, please read the following page.
(3) Your communication speed is extremely slow. (Authentication timeout occurs after 10 seconds.)
(4) There was congestion in communication at the license server. (Authentication timeout occurs after 10 seconds.)
When (3) or (4) is a possibility, either wait for a while and then try again, or follow the procedure below to configure the environment variables to extend the network timeout time for communication with the license server before trying again.
1. Open the folder where Cubism Editor is installed.
C:\Program FilesLive2D\Cubism x.x
2. Use Notepad or another text editor to open CubismEditor4.bat located in the folder opened in . Add or edit the following contents in the designated line, then save the file.
The line prior to the line containing %JAVA_EXE%.
3. Start Cubism Editor.
1. Start the macOS standard terminal.
2. Execute the following command and move to the user directory.
% cd ~
3. Execute the following command and check the running shell.
% echo $SHELL
4. Execute the following command and check the profile file of the shell displayed in . If it does not exist, create it.
% ls -a
profile name: .bash_profile
[When shell is /bin/zsh]
profile name: .zprofile
Note: There is a “.” (period) at the start of the profile name. Be careful when creating a new profile.
5. Use a text editing app and open the profile created in . Add or edit the following contents and then save the file.
6. Restart the PC.
7. Start Cubism Editor.
In this example, the timeout time is set to 20 seconds, however the necessary time may vary according to the internet environment. Adjust the number accordingly.