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After Effects 18.4.1 is now available for download from the Creative Cloud desktop application. This release is recommended for all users.
To check out bug fixes for earlier versions, visit the Fixed Issues page.
How to update After Effects to version 18.4.1?
Open the Creative Cloud desktop application and click the Updates tab on the top-left. Find After Effects in the list and click Update.
I don't see the update in my Creative Cloud desktop application. What should I do?
Click Help > Check for Updates from the Creative Cloud desktop application to refresh it.
I hope the timeline markers and the copy-paste text bugs have been fixed in this version.
What happened to the well-organized and design After Effects tutorials on the support site? The entire UI has changed and the number of tutorials is less than half of what exisited just a week ago. Also, many of the tutorials are out of date. Please get someone to take a look at this; support and tutorials are as important as a stable application.
I post tutorials in these forums almost every week, so if you go to my profile and bookmark that page, you can check in once in a while for new tutorials! 😊:star:️ Hope that helps!
Hi. I still can't see the update on my creative cloud app, even after checking for updates. is this new version only in US? I'm having a hard time with copy paste
Does this update fix the rotobrush? I have a one camera continuous clip that is 15 minutes long. I setup the rotobrush on frame 1. The first 30 frames or so took around 7 seconds each. 24 hours later I am on frame 1570 and each frame is taking over 1 minute. The camera does not move at all so there is no logical reason why this should get slower and slower.
Secondly, I would like to make a suggestion. Allow users to break up a single clip like mine into smaller clips. I could have easily setup the rotobrush every 30 seconds of film. This would then allow more than one core to work on the clip simultaneously. My computer has 16 cores and AE is using only one. It seems like it is not possible to run more than one instance of AE at a time but if it was I could have broken the clip up into 16 clips and run 16 instances of AE and had the whole thing done 16 times faster. As it is it looks like this 15 minute clips will take a week or more to complete which is pretty ridiculous.
Actually I am using 18.4.1 so you definitely haven't fixed this issue. I have read that earlier versions of After Effects do not have this issue.