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Is it on the install disk?
Seem to recall it (Cycore Effects) used to be in 'Goodies' Folder.
This sounds like two separate problems.
The "missing data in file" usually happens when an AE project is incomplete or corrupted. Does the project open normally? If not, try importing the project into a new project.
The CC Particle World plugin is installed automatically with AE CS3. If you are certain the plugin is missing (have you looked in the plugins folder?) then I'd suggest reinstalling AE.
Please tell us, what operating system and version of AE. The issue sounds weird - after all, if you were able to assign and use a plugin in a project, it shouldn't just randomly disappear. Maybe some security tool is a bit overzealous in sweeping your disks or locking your folders? or the files are protected to begin with? If we had more info, I'm sure we can track down the reason.
I have mcAfee, and in the title is AE CS3, so it's CS3. I'm using Vista Home Premium.
As I said, this was my first time using Adobe After Effects, and I know 100% that I used it. I started a new project, using it, and then I went to save it and it said that. So I tried opening it, and got that message.
I checked in my plugins folder and it wasn't there either.
If you all can't solve it from here, I'll save you some work and reinstall, but hopefully this post will help you all.
Sounds like your project is corrupt.
There's a bunch of ways to get around this here:
- Jonas Hummelstrand