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"Adobe After Effects 2023" would like to access data from other apps. Keeping app data seperate make

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Oct 02, 2023 Oct 02, 2023

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I have a 2021 M1 Mac Book Pro running Sonoma 14.0 as the OS. I've never experienced this issue before I updated my OS.

 

I have uninstalled After Effects and Media Encoder and reinstalled older versions because I thought it might be specifically a CC issue.

 

When I try to render my After Effects comp out of encoder I get the prompt ' "Adobe After Effects 2023" would like to access data from other apps. Keeping app data seperate makes it easier to manage your privacy and security. ' 

 

Regardless of whether I select 'Allow' or 'Don't Allow' the prompt continues to pop up over and over again non stop. 

 

Encoder will not render.

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Adobe Employee , Oct 02, 2023 Oct 02, 2023

Officially, MacOS 14 is only supported with AE/AME 2024, which is not yet released. So you may experience issues with AE/AME 2023 and earlier as that software was released before Apple released MacOS 14. 

 

That aside, you may be able resolve this dialog situation by going into System Settings for the OS, Privacy & Security and then going through Full Disk Access and Files and Folders to make sure that AME and AE have the appropriate access to your system. 

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Officially, MacOS 14 is only supported with AE/AME 2024, which is not yet released. So you may experience issues with AE/AME 2023 and earlier as that software was released before Apple released MacOS 14. 

 

That aside, you may be able resolve this dialog situation by going into System Settings for the OS, Privacy & Security and then going through Full Disk Access and Files and Folders to make sure that AME and AE have the appropriate access to your system. 

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