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December 15, 2005 at 1:11 AM #36702AnonymousInactive
What is the difference between the standard version and the Pro version of After Effects? Or does anyone know of any sites that show comparisons. I’ve already been in Adobe.com and I didn’t see it in there, but I may have overlooked it.
December 19, 2005 at 2:19 PM #163105i43ProductionsParticipant
there are some big differences and some small ones…
-there are a number of great plugins that won’t work on standard
-there are some things like the motion tracker that aren’t in standard
-certain keying filters and masking options aren’t available
stuff you won’t notice as much…
network rendering and a few other features.
i’ve used both and it’s hard to tell the difference…unless i need something i don’t have anymore. the motion tracker is the biggest one for me. i can’t afford AE Pro for now so i’m working with standard. unless you need some of those few differences, then it’s not worth it.
also, i’m sure there are a lot of things i can’t think of right now. so this is definitely not a difinitive list
December 19, 2005 at 3:52 PM #163106AnonymousInactive
This should be exactly what you need right here:
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