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  1. Why MOV support has been removed? Why? Why? Why?

    MOV support has been removed in the new version of AE. This is a ridiculous move from Adobe AE team. Please bring this feature back as it is a very vital part of post production and animation. It's like removing the door handles in a car and expect people to use a ***** to open it. Whoever came up with this idea must be fired. And I saw people are already talking about switching from AE to other compositing alternatives due to your ever increasing down-grades. Disappointed!

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    0 comments  ·  Animation  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    This is not true. After Effects still supports importing and exporting QuickTime .mov files. What changed in After Effects 15.1 was the removal of legacy QuickTime formats and codecs. After Effects 15.1 and later remain capable of importing and exporting QuickTime .mov files with common codecs, like Apple ProRes, Avid DNxHD/HR, and others. The main difference now is that After Effects supports these codecs natively instead of relying on external QuickTime components.

    More detail and a list of supported codecs is here:

    If a codec you want to use is not on that list, please post a new request here with the specific codec. (As of today, this list does not include that the Hap codec can be imported into the October 2018 release of After Effects CC or Premiere Pro CC; versions 16.0 and 13.0, respectively.)

    Note that plug-ins can also be built using the After Effects SDK

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