For a list of known issues in the earlier releases, see After Effects Known issues | Earlier releases.
All the known issues listed in this document have been fixed in the January 2018 release of After Effects CC.
After Effects crashes when you copy shape data to the clipboard in mocha AE or mocha Pro and then switch back to After Effects. After Effects also crashes on launch if the mocha shape data is in the clipboard.
In the Timeline panel on Windows, if display scaling is enabled, parameter values may overlap for properties that have multiple parameters.
On macOS High Sierra (version 10.13) with multiple monitors, context menus do not display on secondary monitors.
If you render a QuickTime or AVI file through Render Queue to a non-native After Effects codec, the last frame of the output could be missing. The issue occurs if the project is set to Mercury GPU Acceleration.
Workaround: Use any of the following workarounds for the issue:
- Choose a codec native to After Effects such as Animation, DNxHR/DNxHD, GoPro CineForm, None, and ProRes (macOS only). Native codecs do not experience this issue unless the frame size is smaller than SD.
- Set the project to Mercury Software only. To set, select Project Settings > Video Rendering & Effects > Mercury Software only.
- Use Adobe Media Encoder to render the composition.