I'm the guy who wrote that code, so hopefully we can figure this out.
This error should only get triggered when trying to run Japanese or Korean on a non-Japanese or Korean operating system.
Can you tell me what the contents of Program Files/Adobe/Adobe After Effects/Support Files/AMTLanguages is?
Also, what do you have the language for non-Unicode programs set to:
Also, try launching a command prompt and launching the application with afterfx.exe -L en_US
English United States.
I will try that out right away, isn't that completely changing my OS Language though? (Not that I care, Dutch is the silliest language ever.)
No, the OS display language is a different page of the dialog. This is just for programs that aren't fully unicode yet and determines what character set they can run in.
Yes I'm sorry, just took a quick look since I thought I knew what to do.
Anyway, that's exactly what the error tells me to do, and I already tried that:
Here you can see that my aplication its language is eng_US, my unicode language is set to "Engels (Verenigde Staten)" which means English (United States).
After rebooting, I still get the same error.
Forgot to add to my originial post that I also downloaded the Dutch trail version, as well as the English version off the site, and even with the dutch trail version I get the same error.
I'm sorry for keep adding things.
Wasn't quite comfortable with "cmd" so I just tried some stuff, "start afterfx.exe" gave me the same error.
When I tried launching "start afterfx.exe -L en_US" it worked without a problem!
Then when I started it up the regular way, it gave me the error again.
Would I be able to create a .bat file with the command in it which I can then just double click to "startup afterfx.exe -L en_US"?
I feel so dumb, hehe.
Thanks alot for helping though, really apreciate it.