In this article you’ll learn how to access the Encoding options of AfterCodecs and how to license it in order to remove the trial limitations !
Here are the steps after downloading the plugin and testing the free trial :
After purchasing AfterCodecs (Fast Exporter for Adobe CC) (or even BRAW Studio, another plugin we develop to import Blackmagic RAW in Adobe CC) is to retrieve your license. If you bought it here on this website you should have received the code on the purchase confirmation page and by email; for example it would look like this :
Please copy in the clipboard the text in bold red.
If you bought it on aescripts + aeplugins, a different reseller, please follow this article.
There are two ways to access the Settings popup of AfterCodecs : the quickest is the top menu “Composition” -> “AfterCodecs Settings” :
But in your regular workflow you will access it the same way you access the AfterCodecs Encoding options (but you’ll need to click the “Settings” tab). To do that, click on the Output Module Settings in any item in your render queue, then select “AfterCodecs” as the format and click the button as on this screenshot :
Once you are in the Settings tab of AfterCodecs, simply paste the license in the textarea as on this screenshot :
If you’re on Mac OSX you can use the “Paste Clipboard” button because
V is not working. Please note you can enter any license for any Autokroma product here (for example your license for AfterCodecs for Premiere Pro).
On PPro when you Export Media (
M) and on AME when you click on the Format name you’ll get the Export Popup, where you’ll find this on the top right :
Just choose AfterCodecs in the list of Formats and click on the “Open AfterCodecs Settings” button ! This is where you’ll be able to configure your encoding, go in the “Settings” tab to be able to license your Autokroma products !