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Todd Kopriva

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  1. I just saw two check-ins go into the code: one to fix the Collect Files bug and the other to fix the non-real-time playback of cached frames on El Capitan. Presuming that these fixes are validated in testing, I expect them to come in the next After Effects update, which is currently targeted for this spring. And that is my last post on this forum as an Adobe employee. Victoria started last week, and I'm just around for a few more weeks to train her. Thanks, all. It's been nice knowing you. When I started posting on here in 2007, someone warned me that you were all a bunch of assholes, and I should not bother. Turns out that you're my kind of assholes, and your deep knowledge and concern about the software that I was working on was immensely helpful in me doing my job.
  2. http://blogs.adobe.com/aftereffects/2015/06/changes-to-expressions-in-after-effects-cc-2015-13-5.html Make sure to read to the end.
  3. Tell us, the After Effects team, what to work on in 2016: http://bit.ly/1QvNft0 Our current plan is focus on quality and performance. But those are big areas. We need your input to tell us what specific quality issues you want us to address and what specific things you'd like us to make faster. Take this very brief survey to give us your input: http://bit.ly/1QvNft0
  4. Sometimes, the Creative Cloud desktop application takes a while to refresh itself to see new updates. It can take as long as a day. (Ugh.) The way to cheat and force a check for updates is to use the Help > Updates command in an application like Bridge, which goes past the Creative Cloud application and straight to the Adobe Application Manager update system. Or you can sign out of your Adobe account entirely, quit Creative Cloud, restart it, and sign back in. Yeah, it's irritating.
  5. After Effects CC 2015 (13.6.1) bug-fix update available. Fixes stale image cache problem and other bugs. Details: http://adobe.ly/1QqMMc6
  6. After Effects CC 2015 (13.6.1) bug-fix update available. Fixes stale image cache problem and other bugs. Details: http://adobe.ly/1QqMMc6
  7. If you'd like to help us to test the After Effects CC 2015 (13.6.1) update---which fixes the image cache bug and several others---you can request access to the prerelease testing program here: https://www.adobeprerelease.com/ Choose the "Private programs" tab and click Apply to apply for the "After Effects CC 2015 (13.6.1) patch update" program.
  8. The Creative Cloud desktop application doesn't allow for rolling back to a chosen minor version. But you can download the full 13.5 installer and then install the 13.5.1 bug-fix patch manually. Adobe hosts those packages on our site, but we don't expose the links on our site (since it is not the preferred or official method). But ProDesign Tools has fixed that for you on their site by giving you the links to our site. If you install After Effects CC 2015 through Creative Cloud, it will install After Effects CC 2015 (13.6). If you install After Effects CC 2014 through Creative Cloud, it will install After Effects CC 2014 (13.2). The versions of Premiere Pro and After Effects must be in synch, so don't try mixing old After Effects with new Premiere Pro.
  9. We have isolated the "stale image information" or "bad cache" problem that Spunj is referring to. We have a fix in hand, and we're testing it now. I am hoping for a bug-fix update to be released with this and three or four other fixes in a week. In the meantime, purging the caches or closing and reopening the project are the best ways to work around this issue.
  10. what's new and changed in After Effects CC 2015 (13.6), available now: http://adobe.ly/1MVxHgX Check "known issues in After Effects CC 2015" to see issues we've fixed in the After Effects CC 2015 (13.6) update: http://adobe.ly/1K7iea4
  11. Nah. You won't have to find anyone new, since Victoria will fill that role handily.
  12. The short answer is that this depends on the thread separation work that we have been doing for the past year or more, and this may be one of the benefits that we reap from this infrastructure work in the near future. Submit feature requests here: http://adobe.ly/feature_request Seriously.
  13. I'm likely to do some freelance technical editing, writing, and translation work to pay the bills as I ramp up some much crazier endeavors.
  14. See this for changes in the update coming at the end of this month, specifically regarding audio previews: http://blogs.adobe.com/aftereffects/2015/09/whats-new-and-changed-in-the-upcoming-update-to-after-effects-cc-2015.html
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