After upgrading Windows 7 pro to Windows 10 my After Effects CC 2014 opened with limited functionality after displaying the following windows...
- Photoshop library failed to load
- Plugins failed to load
- Plugin OpenEXR.aex could not load
- Directory could not create
- Entry Point Failed to Load
I googled and found several historical 'Entry Point Failed to Load' queries and followed their links/solutions, which entailed removing all Adobe software and running Adobe CC cleaner before reinstalling them all again.
This I followed except couldn't find After Effects CC 2014 and instead installed After Effects 2015. Nevertheless I still incurred the same problem.
Further searching revealed another option to change the preferences for the users/roaming/adobe folder to read/write, but same result.
In order to complete a job I'm now back to win7 and After Effects CC 2014 and Design Premium CS5 is all working fine.
I'd like to revisit the upgrade again if anyone can suggest what I'm doing wrong. Any help appreciated thank you.
Adobe Design Premium
After Effects 2014
Windows 7 Professional
Service Pack 1
AMD FX(tm)-4100 Quad-Core Processor 3.60 GHz
Installed memory 8.00GB
NVidia Quadro 2000
Not the answer you're looking for: stay with 7 until there's little or no doubt everything about Windows 10 is sorted for use as a secure and stable production platform.
That might take some time.
What exact version of After Effects? Only versions 13.2 and 13.5.1 are supported on Windows 10.
I maintained a current version of After Effects 2014 CC and then upgraded to After Effects 2015 CC.
Since returning to Windows 7 I've kept AE 2015 CC which is running fine.
As dissidently mentioned, I'm sticking to win7 for the time being.