I've seen this question throw about, but I have yet to find an answer that works for me. I booted up C4d for the first time a few days ago and it worked fine. However, when I came back to it the next day, I had an error message:
I contacted customer support after googling around and checking these forums, and they said that it's a known issue and should be fixed in the next update. I'm trying to learn the program, so I downloaded AE 2014 in the meantime, but I would like to use the 2015 edition. Does anyone have any idea how I can get this to work? It does, sometimes, open C4d, but after I switch back to AE I also get the message.
I'm running OSX Yosemite on a souped up Mac Pro 2010 (2 2.66 6 core processors and a Nvidia GTX 980 GPU).
Also, I really don't think this has anything to do with it, but I changed my computer name about an hour before I started C4d back up and first got the error.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Oh! One more thing - I'm doing a tutorial from Lynda on how to create 3D text in C4d, and he is using the full version. The project files have a lot of objects and he is using the "connect and delete" option. Obviously, this is not a feature in the lite version, but I'm wondering if there is a workaround, or similar way to do it?
What version of Yosemite are you running and what version of AE are you running?
You should be able to use C4D...
I'm running 10.10.5 and the latest version of AE.
I'd suggest you contact Adobe support. But first make sure you don't have your firewall settings blocking this from happening. AE and C4D use networking protocols in the background to share data.