The following defect is present in anti-aliasing version 1.0.4 and older. If you are using an old version of the plug-in, please download the latest version.
When using After Effects CS3 and newer, a watermark appears in images processed by the render engine when "Render Multiple Frames Simultaneously" is enabled in "Preferences" > "Memory & Multiprocessing" > "Multiprocessing".
Yes, you can. By installing the plug-in on the After Effects Render Engine, you can perform network rendering.
For users of version 1.0.2 and lower
You need to copy the render engine plug-in provided with the product (file "antialiasing_re.aex") to the "plug-in" folder of the render engine to enable network rendering.
*"antialiasing_re.aex" is a plug-in made specifically for the render engine. It cannot be used with the normal version of After Effects except when using the watch-folder feature.
For users of version 1.0.3 and higher
You can perform network rendering by simply installing the plug-in on the render engine with the normal installer.
*Starting with version 1.0.3, the plug-in for the render engine has been integrated into the normal plug-in. When the plug-in host is the After Effects render engine, the plug-in is automatically activated in render engine mode.
- Please refer to the After Effects manual for details regarding network rendering (and the watch-folder feature).
After authorizing version 1.0.2 or higher of the product, a watermark is displayed if you use a version lower than 1.0.2. Please use the latest version of the product.
If your machine code changes as a result of changing your PC or its configuration, you will need to re-authorize the product to use it.
If the machine code does not change following the re-installation, you can simply use the same license key you used before the re-installation.
If the machine code changed, you will need to re-authorize the product to use it.
It is possible that the watermark is displayed from the cache in After Effects. Please restart After Effects after completing the authorization.
If you installed the product by file copy (versions 1.0 to 1.0.2[file version]).
Delete manually the previously installed plug-in, then, after installing the new version of After Effects, re-install the plug-in using the latest version of the installer.
*Plug-ins installed by file copy cannot be uninstalled by using the uninstaller.
*If you re-install the plug-in without first uninstalling it, it is possible that After Effects will report an error when starting up because it finds 2 copies of the plug-in.
If you installed the product using the installer (Version 1.0.2[installer version] and up).
Uninstall the previously installed plug-in, then re-install it after installing the new version of After Effects.
In both cases, it is necessary to input the license key once more after re-installing the plug-in.
At that time, if the machine code is different from what it was when you last installed the product, you will need to re-authorize it.
You can download the latest version of the installer from the user page.