If uninstalling and reinstalling AE doesn't work, you'll need to contact Adobe support.
You shouldn't need QuickTime for most MOV files since AE and Premiere now read them natively.
Did you find a solution to this problem? I'm at work trying to solve this after the new update. Allso I have the Windows 10 Enterprise N version.
Re-installed my whole CC pack, quicktime and windows media player, plus updated anything on my PC that could relate to Adobe programs.
Thanks in advance!
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Hello again !
I was thinking since Cineform codec should include mov support i thought installing GoPro Studio might have the same issues, and i was right.
This led me to an error from GoPro witch said : "MFPlat.dll is missing”.
I downloaded the "Media Feature Pack for N versions of Windows 10" and installed it. Now After Effects works again !
Download the Media Pack here, and if it still dosnt work be sure to try and install GoPro Studio (Quick its called these days) aswell.