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In this course, Todd Kopriva helps you avoid common Adobe After Effects hiccups with a collection of answers to frequently asked questions. Whether you're having audio hiccups, getting pixelated vector graphics, or getting oversized files or jerky playback, Todd equips you to zip past these common hurdles and get back to creating great effects.
Frequently asked question about After Effects CS5. Why don't I have some effects or codecs in my free trial version of After Effects? Adobe licenses some software for inclusion in After Effects from third parties. This software isn't included in the free trial version. To see what software is and isn't included in the free trial version, go to the search field at the top of the application window and search for trial version. Hit Enter. And you can see what output formats aren't supported in the trial version by clicking supported output formats, or you can get a more complete list by clicking set up and installation.
In the installing the software section the note labeled important explains the limitations of the trial version and links to a document that gives details. This document lists the formats that aren't supported in the trial version and provides a link to a page that describes and lists the third party plugins that aren't included with the trial version.
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