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Notarizing an adobe after effect c++ plugin

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Nov 20, 2020

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Would a kind soul help us finding any documentation that can help with Notarizing our plugins?

The information seems to be very scare on the web for After Effects.

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Notarizing an adobe after effect c++ plugin

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Would a kind soul help us finding any documentation that can help with Notarizing our plugins?

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I was frustrated by this process but eventually got it working. You need a paid apple developer account and you need to set the signing settings inside Xcode. Then after building, run this terminal code:

xcrun altool --notarize-app --type osx --primary-bundle-id "ANY_ID" --username "YOUR_USERNAME" --password "YOUR_PASSWORD" --file  your_plugin.plugin.zip

Then to staple the certificate once it's been scanned by Apple:
xcrun stapler staple <path_to_your_plugin>plugin.plugin

It seems you can notarise, but can't staple a framework which is annoying. Not sure if this will change in the future. 

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