Yes, workflow improves a lot.
Hi folks. A lot of you will probably say “doh”, but for you out there who haven’t give enough importance to fast local hard drive – SSD (like myself), well, you should. I have pretty decent mac configuration (dual xeon processors, 64gb of RAM, etc.) but I didn’t have SSD from the beggining. I recently got Kingston HyperX 3K SSD SATA 3 – 480GB, installed OS and applications on it, AE CC, put disk cache on it and when I work I move my working project on SSD and my assets. What a difference. I mean, everything is useless for after effects if you don’t have an SSD. As I said before, it’s a no brainer for a lot of you guys, but for you who didn’t give as much importance, I strongly recommend it.
I downloaded CC trial. Looks very good. Too bad I CANNOT BUY IT.
Thanks for ideas guys. p.s. @Felt – I know it’s Todd, It was late last night when I wrote it I really hope adobe will make some options available for us, because I’m kinda stuck…
I’m more angry at adobe that I cannot buy CC version.
Not sure if that is possible honestly. Maybe. But, still, adobe is slowly starting to make me crazy
Hey guys. If you’re a Mac user, and AE CS5.5 too, and if you updated to Yosemite, you might have noticed that when you use any color picker inside AE, that application crashes. I found on adobe forum Ted Kopriva post saying AE CS5.5 is not supported for Yosemite.
Hmm, ok. I cannot go back from Yosemite and I’m thinking, ok, well maybe it’s time to move to CC. Then when I went to buy annual plan, this is what I got:
“Creative Cloud Membership isn’t currently offered in your country or region (Bosnia and Herzegovina), but if you like, we can notify you when it becomes available. If you no longer live in this country or region, login to update your account or create a new Adobe ID for your current country of residence. For a list of countries in which Creative Cloud is available, please visit our Tech specs and Language availability page.”
This really sucks. Kinda stuck here