I've been a Creative Cloud member for 7 monhts now. I appreciate the service for my Photo Shop and Audition needs. However, I've been unable to acces After Effects. It's been a major setback for an important project. I didn't complain at first because, granted, I WAS running OS 10.6.8, and that's a bit outdate. Today, I FINALLY took the day to back up files, visit the Apple Store and get myself up and running with Maverick, the latest OS. Finally, right? Wrong! I downloaded and installed After Effects, but when I went to open it, I got the same message.
"You can't use this version of the application "Adobe After Effects CC" with this version of OS X."
Really, Adobe? Can someone please tell me what it takes to run this software? As far as I understand, you can't really go backwards when it comes to OS installs. Am I making a mistake here? Or is the reality that Adobe After Effects will be forever over that next dune.
Help a brother out.
Make sure you update After Effects to the very latest version through the CC application manager. The initial release did not work with Mavericks, but it definitely does now.
Thousands of people are using AE CC on Mavericks every day. But not AE version 12.0.0
You must install the update. 220.127.116.11 is the latest version. Well, the latest as of today - there's a new version on its way "soon".