What OS? Have you updated CC 2014 to 13.2? What file types will it import? Did you install it fresh on the hard drive, or did you copy the installation over from your old hard drive?
Windows 7, yes I have, and files that I've tried are just .mp3/.wav/mp4 - mainly video and SFX files, and yes it is freshly installed
I'm not really sure if it's the actual program that is functioning improperly, or if it's my PC that is missing certain files that would need for AE or any other program in order for picture importing to work properly
Do you have any third-party plugins installed? Have you installed any third-party codec packs? What version of QuickTime do you have installed?
Have you tried it in CC 2015? (By the way, if you do go to install CC 2015, don't let it remove your old version: keeping previous versions installed when installing CC 2015 applications )
I have many, including BCC, Looks, Sapphire, RSMB, Twixtor, etc. I'm not too sure what you mena by third-party codec packs
I also have the latest QuickTime as I've recently installed it off their website. I do not have 2015 as I did not want to upgrade to it as I've heard many things about it and rather stay 2014 for now.
I have many, including BCC, Looks, Sapphire, RSMB, Twixtor, etc.
Try removing all of them and launching AE again and try importing. If it works, put the plugins back in one-by-one until you discover which one is causing the issue.
I'm not too sure what you mena by third-party codec packs
I have seen a number of people with issues regarding third-party codec packs like K-Lite. If you haven't installed anything like that, good!
What other software have you installed?
What antivirus/antimalware/antispyware software are you using?
Have you installed any video playback software besides QuickTime?
I also have the latest QuickTime as I've recently installed it off their website.
When you say "latest", do you mean QuickTime X or QuickTime 7?
You don't want X; you want 7.
I do not have 2015 as I did not want to upgrade to it as I've heard many things about it and rather stay 2014 for now.
The latest update to CC 2015 (13.6.1) works really well for me and many other people. You can install it without disturbing your CC 2014 installation. I would recommend installing it for troubleshooting purposes at least! Just make sure you don't let it remove your old versions - which it defaults to doing for some dumb reason...
I have CS5, CS6, CC, CC 2014, and CC 2015 all installed on my home studio and they all work just fine. After installing CC 2015, you can continue working in CC 2014 if you prefer it! On my system, working in CC 2015 is much snappier and I really like the new expression handling. Anyway, you can make up your own mind about that - it's just a thought.
You could also install the original CC (version 12) and see how it behaves. Heck, you could even install CS6 if you wanted to!
Alright thanks, I'll try and check all of this when i get the chance to!