Welcome to the Community Recap for September. Everyone at Adobe is getting ready for MAX, and I hope you are too. During the past few months, some of our Community Experts have created brilliant scripts, templates, and extensions for After Effects. They have been kind enough to offer them to our community here for FREE. September has been no different. Therefore, I'm happy to announce that I've decided to add a new section to our newsletter called "After Effects Community Resources."
MAX was hosted online for the past two years. However, this year marks the return of the conference in person. If you can’t join in person, you can still benefit from all the amazing learning and inspiration in sessions, keynotes, and Sneaks.
Have you registered yet?
If not, this is your chance to grab the spot. Join the world's most creative community for captivating keynotes and learn new skills with best practices, the latest tools, and innovations.
See the registration detailshere.Special pricing for educators and students.
Speakers this year:
Learn and be inspired by creative experts and superstar speakers within and outside Adobe.
Hear from experts in education, design, video, and more. They will inspire you whether you're teaching creative skills in your classroom or designing a creative curriculum. They speak creativity!!
Issue: After Effects 22.6 low memory warning banner
Many users have reported seeing the low memory warning banner far too often in the latest After Effects version.
Why does it happen?
After Effects 22.5 attempted to cache five frames for preview when it crossed the memory assigned to it (under Preferences > Memory & Performance). In the latest update —After Effects 22.6— you should see a warning banner when After Effects runs low on memory.