This article explains how the Camera Tracker for After Effects plug-in is no longer supported.
In February 2017 we announced that, as of 31st March 2017, we will be discontinuing Camera Tracker for After Effects. After this date sales, development and support of the plug-ins ended and there will be no further updates, bug fixes or compatibility releases.
As more than a year has passed since the announcement, Camera Tracker for After Effects is now completely unsupported.
The last release of CameraTracker for After Effects was for version After Effects CC 2017. We cannot guarantee if the plug-in will work with any newer After Effects releases and won't be able to help if a user tries this and encounters any problems.
If you purchased Camera Tracker for After Effects in the past and are running into problems using the plug-in, then please consult the following:
- The Camera Tracker User Guide contained detailed information about the plug-ins and tutorials on how to use it
- The Camera Tracker plug-in page covers FAQs here
- The following article on the Support Portal contains troubleshooting guidance if users encounter license issues: Q100218: What to do if CAMERA TRACKER for After Effects cannot find your license
- Some information on limiting CPU usage during troubleshooting, can be found here: Q100140: How to limit the number of processors that Foundry plug-ins for Adobe After Effects use
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