AfterCodecs plugins for Adobe CC, giving you the best and missing codecs for faster exports!
Don't forget to read the .PDF included in the downloaded archive explaining you basic concepts and installation of AfterCodecs! You also have this YouTube Quick Start Tutorial to guide you through AfterCodecs. Please read our articles for more specific help :
ffkromaexecutable is built-in the installer of AfterCodecs in recent versions so you don't need to download it manually or from the Settings tab. Just download again the installer to update to the latest version!
RGB+Alphaon AE (or ticking
Export Alpha Channelon PPro / AME) will automatically switch the codec to Hap Alpha or Hap Q Alpha!
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