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Oct 26, 2019

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(Not a wiz guy) I use a macbook pro, macOS Catalina (10.15), After Effects 2018 (15.0)

PROBLEM: So since the macOS update, my "Adobe After effects Render Engine Application" has had a cross through it so I can't use it. This is a problem for me because I prefer working with this older version of Ae since it's simple and it's got about 180 hours worth of miserable life put into the project files (That's like, how many hours I've spent working all together on each project). So I did some digging and found out that the Render Engine is a what you call a "32 bit app", and macOS Catalina doesn't support  these "32 bit apps". So I did some more diggin, but I couldn't find anything about it being bumped upto a 64 bit app...


QUESTION: I just wanted to ask ya'll if you know whether or not it'll be bumped up or not. 

I'm just asking before I decide to go out and waste my time and money buying pointless things that I think might fix this

 

 

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Adobe After effects Render Engine

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(Not a wiz guy) I use a macbook pro, macOS Catalina (10.15), After Effects 2018 (15.0)

PROBLEM: So since the macOS update, my "Adobe After effects Render Engine Application" has had a cross through it so I can't use it. This is a problem for me because I prefer working with this older version of Ae since it's simple and it's got about 180 hours worth of miserable life put into the project files (That's like, how many hours I've spent working all together on each project). So I did some digging and found out that the Render Engine is a what you call a "32 bit app", and macOS Catalina doesn't support  these "32 bit apps". So I did some more diggin, but I couldn't find anything about it being bumped upto a 64 bit app...


QUESTION: I just wanted to ask ya'll if you know whether or not it'll be bumped up or not. 

I'm just asking before I decide to go out and waste my time and money buying pointless things that I think might fix this

 

 

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No current version of AE and many many other apps are not compatible with Catalina. Apple warned everyone. There were also warnings from Adobe. Jump in early and uninformed and you take your chances. You will probably have to wait for the next version. If there is any component of any app or sub routine that is not 64-bit Catalina will not run it.

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I use a qick and dirty work around. Render in AE as a .tiff sequence. Import into Premiere, play some more and export as .mov

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