I am working on a project in After Effects v23.0. If I go to File > Save As > there are no options to save my project to Creative Cloud. I am only provided the option to save a file on my computer. How can this be resolved? Thank you.
I appreciate the response. I have signed in and out several times. However, I don't understand what "check CC app and your storage settings and the local sync folders" means. If I use Illustrator or Photoshop and go to Save As, I have the option to save on my computer or the CC. I no longer have this option with After Effects. One day it was an option and now it is not. Per the screenshot from Illustrator, why am I not receiving this option or why did I lose this option in AE?
Saving to the cloud works by you saving to a folder on your local machine and the CC app automatically backs up that folder to the cloud.
It's worth identifying / changing the location of this folder. By default, mine was set to the C Drive, but I moved it to a much larger secondary drive and repointed the CC folder location:
I imagine it works this way because all the files in an AE project are referencing the file's location, rather than being stored in the document.
Thank you for that explanation. Much appreciated. I went ahead and moved the folder to my D drive and now I know to look for my AE files in the "synced files" folder on CC. However, per my screenshot, I am still perplexed as to why Illustrator and Photoshop give a pop-up option where to save, wheras AE does not. And my Illustrator and Photoshop files save in the "Cloud Documents" file on CCdirectly, but the AE files have to go to my D drive first before being synced to CC. I am confused by the inconsistency. Maybe there just is no answer.