Name: Adobe After Effects CC 2014 V13.1.0 UPDATE + Crack
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.8
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit
RAM minimum: 4gb
Video RAM: 256mb
The new, more connected After Effects CC 2014 can make the impossible possible. Get powerful new features like a Live 3D Pipeline that brings CINEMA 4D scenes in as layers - without intermediate rendering. Share work directly from within the application and get access to new features the moment they're released. Your entire creative world, together in one place.
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What's new Version 13.1
Refined User Interface with HiDPI Support:
Refreshed interface design - After Effects has a new darker design. You can change the brightness of the interface in Edit > Preferences > Appearance, though the slider range is more limited; you can no longer change the appearance of the user interface to a light mode.
Support for HiDPI Display - The latest release of After Effects CC includes HiDPI support for both content viewers and user interface scaling. This inclusion makes After Effects easier to use on high pixel density monitors.
Enhanced 3D Pipeline with Maxon Cineware 2.0 Plug-In and CINEMA 4D Lite R16 -
After Effects CC now includes Cineware 2.0, which adds CINEMA 4D R16 compatibility. Cineware 2.0 includes the new Reflectance Channel, enables you to work with 3D elements faster, and provides improved layer support.
Automatic settings synchronization - The Synchronize Layer setting enables you to automatically synchronize your Cineware settings with all the layers in a composition. When you add multiple instances of a CINEMA 4D scene layer in a composition, including adding Multi-Pass layers, you will see a new checkbox, Synchronize Layer at the top of the Effect Controls panel. When the box is checked (default), the Cineware effect settings on all instances of the layer synchronize automatically. If the checkbox is disabled for a specific CINEMA 4D scene layer, then that layer's settings will not synchronize with the rest of the layers in the composition.
Default Layer support - The CINEMA 4D layers dialog displays a Default Layer option if the renderer supports it. Layers that have not been assigned to an explicit layer in the .c4d project files are displayed with the Default Layer enabled.
Content Browser support - When using a full retail version of CINEMA 4D R16 as the renderer, textures applied through installed content libraries (.lib4d files) are rendered in After Effects using Cineware.
Region of Interest - You can now render substitute composition regions using the Region Of Interest control in the composition panel. When a Region of Interest has been defined in the composition panel, and the Renderer control is set to Standard (Final), Cineware renders only what is inside the bounds of the region.
Collect Files - Collect Files now collects assets associated with .c4d footage items, such as textures.
Purge Memory - For complex scenes, the render server may use memory for internal caches. To free up the internal memory, click Purge Memory to extend the length of previews in After Effects.
Copy with Relative Property Links - There is a new command in the Edit menu, Copy With Relative Property Links. This command is similar to the existing Copy With Property Links command, except that it creates expressions that do not reference the source composition by name. This command maintains a relative link between the layer with the expression and the composition containing that layer. Use this command when, for example, you want to move expression-rigged layers from one composition to another but let the layers reference a control layer only in the same composition.
Automatic Encoding of After Effects Projects Using Watch Folders in Adobe Media Encoder - If you copy an After Effects project (.aep) file into one of Adobe Media Encoder's watch folders, the compositions at the top level of the project (compositions that are not in folders in the Project panel) are automatically added to the Adobe Media Encoder encoding queue.
Support for Native Encoding and Decoding of Movies Using GoPro CineForm - After Effects, Premiere Pro, and Adobe Media Encoder can natively decode and encode QuickTime (.mov) files using the GoPro Cineform codecs on Mac OS and Windows. This means that you do not need to install additional codecs to use and create such files. Use this codec with the higher-quality settings, to send intermediate files from one application to the next application in a post-production pipeline. Movie files encoded with the GoPro Cineform codec at the higher quality settings include an alpha channel.
Updates to mocha AE - mocha AE has been updated to mocha AE CC 2014 (version 4.0.1) that includes compatibility with mocha Pro 4 project files.
The Anchor Point icon on selected layers has been enhanced for better contrast and visibility. The icon's hit area changes with the Path Point & Handle Size preference.
While tracking masks that are applied to an effect, the mask mode now no longer changes to None. This preserves the appearance of the masked effect during tracking.
Double-clicking a project in Finder or Explorer automatically closes the Welcome Screen dialog.
Use the new Browse Add-ons... command in the File menu to open the Adobe Add-ons page (formerly Adobe Exchange) in your web browser.
The new Adobe Color Themes replaces the previously named Adobe Kuler panel. Choose Window > Extensions > Adobe Color Themes to open this panel.
You can speed up VFX-heavy After Effects compositions using the new Render and Replace feature in Premiere Pro. This feature enables you to flatten After Effects compositions into video clips thus speeding up the performance of VFX-heavy sequences.
Multicore Intel processor with 64-bit support
Mac OS X v10.8 or later
4 GB of RAM (8 GB recommended)
5 GB of available hard-disk space for installation; additional free space required during installation (cannot install on a volume that uses a case-sensitive fi le system or on removable flash storage devices)
Additional disk space for disk cache (10 GB recommended)
1440 x 900 display
OpenGL 2.0–capable system
QuickTime 7.6.6 software required for QuickTime features
Optional: Adobe-certified GPU card for GPU-accelerated ray-traced 3D renderer
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