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That's correct: anything installed in the Common/Media Core/ directory seems to be available to whatever program can take advantage of a particular plugin or importer module. With some plugins--I can only speak of Digieffects and a couple Trapcode/Red Giant plugins--installing to this folder saves having to install the same plugins to both AE and PPro effects folders. The plugins themselves are the same, and work with both programs. But if a plugin installed there is causing problems, you'd have to move it to the proper program's folder, as you've mentioned. I think this probably came about when the PPro effects engine was basically borrowed from AE, around 2.0 or CS3.
I'm willing to install a new importer. The company who made the importer (Cineform) asked me to install it in C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Common\Plug-ins\CS4\MediaCore
Unfortunately, I don't have the MediaCore folder on my computer. The only folder I can find in directory of C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe are:
Adobe After Effects CS4
Adobe Bridge CS4
Adobe Device Central CS4
Adobe Encore CS4
Adobe Extension Manager CS4
Adobe Flash CS4
Adobe Help Viewer
Adobe Illustrator CS4
Adobe Media Encoder CS4
Adobe OnLocation CS4
Adobe Photoshop CS4
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4
Adobe Soundbooth CS4
Adobe Soundbooth Scores
Do I need to create the folder?
Thanks for your help.
Drill down to:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Common\Plug-ins\CS4\MediaCore
You were only drilled down to:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe.............
Thanks Craig but unfortunatelly, I don't have any folder named "Comon" into the C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe folder! All the folders I have are the one I listed above :-(
In My system it is after "Patch Files" and followed by "Reader".
Try creating it.
NeoScene just goes into C:\Program Files (x86).