Release Notes on the After Effects release, including update process, system requirements, installation, licensing, known issues, and links to online resources and customer support.
After Effects is the industry standard for motion graphics and visual effects, used by animators, designers and compositors to create sophisticated graphics and compelling video.
The latest/most current version of Adobe After Effects is the December 2021 release (version 22.1.1). It introduces the Universal Text Engine to create and combine text in any language or script seamlessly. This release also offers support to the Cinema 4D vR25, along with fixes to a host of performance and stability issues.
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Upgrading to the latest version of After Effects automatically uninstalls previous versions of After Effects. However, Preferences and settings from previous versions are migrated when updating to the latest version of After Effects.
You can choose to retain older versions of After Effects. To do so, follow the steps below:
Download the latest version of After Effects
For the latest system requirements visit System Requirements.
Please refer to the List of known issues in After Effects for a list of known issues in the current release.
Please refer to the list of bug fixes in After Effects for the list of bug fixes in the current release.
For Adobe Customer Care visit http://www.adobe.com/go/customer_support which provides assistance with product information, sales, registration, and other issues.
For product help plus community-based instruction, inspiration, and support visit http://www.adobe.com/go/learn_AfterEffects_support_en
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