Adobe After Effects CS4 gets updated

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Adobe updated its visual effects and motion graphics application, After Effects, bringing the current version to 9.0.1.

After Effects CS4 9.0.1 provides updates to Mocha, allowing it to read QuickTime files correctly, and improvements to Dynamic Link workflows. Also fixed is on some systems, the application may suspend rendering when the display turns off due to power management or screen saver settings.

A problem where After Effects may appear to hang for several minutes “Reading XMP markers from footage” (status message) with files that contain deeply nested metadata, has been addressed. An issue when the “Write XMP IDs to Files on Import” option is selected, MediaCore playback can make some files appear out of sync, has also been fixed.

Adobe says that an issue when importing a still sequence via Recent Footage imports only a single still instead of a sequence, has also been fixed.

Adobe After Effects 9.0.1 can be downloaded from the company’s Web site.

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