After Effects CC (November 2016) Bug-Fix Update Is Now Available
The 14.0.1 bug-fix update for Adobe After Effects CC (November 2016) is now available. This update fixes multiple bugs, including fixes for After Effects hanging or crashing during previews.
You can install the update through the Creative Cloud desktop application, or you can check for new updates from within any Creative Cloud application by choosing Help > Updates. Please note that it can take 24 hours or more for all of our global data centers to receive the update. If the update isn’t available for you right now, please check back later.
Please, if you want to ask questions about these new and changed features, come on over to the After Effects Forums. That’s the best place for questions. Questions left in comments on a blog post are much harder to work with; the blog comment system just isn’t set up for conversations. If you’d like to submit feature requests or bug reports, you can do so here.
The 14.0.1 bug-fix update for After Effects addresses these bugs:
- Real-time playback of previews on macOS 10.11 and 10.12 is no longer affected by redrawing the Timeline panel. (Workarounds, such as docking a different panel below the Timeline panel or previewing in Full Screen, are no longer necessary.) Also, After Effects no longer draws a white line at the bottom of the application window.
- Stopping a preview or face tracking on macOS no longer sometimes causes After Effects to hang.
- Color profiles assigned to video footage no longer are no longer reset to Rec.709 when the project is saved.
- Help menu commands which open help pages on Adobe.com now work if After Effects CC 2015.3 is not installed.
- After Effects no longer crashes in some cases when using an external multichannel audio device for preview (Preferences > Audio Hardware).
- After Effects no longer crashes when quit after importing video footage files on Mac hardware with an integrated Intel GPU.
- After Effects no longer crashes when importing or replacing certain PDF files.
- After Effects no longer crashes in some circumstances when both a pre-comp (without Collapse Transformations enabled) and its parent comp use the CINEMA 4D renderer.