Open GL after effect problem

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Whenever I turn on my After Effect, an error pops up saying that couldn't execute OpenGL command. I really need it fixed.

What should I do ?

Answered By 20 points N/A #119106

Open GL after effect problem


Read carefully and try to do:

1. Bring up to date to the most past variation of After Effect.

2. Piss trustworthy that the machine group meets the minimum requirements for After Effects.

3. Egress certain that the Video Card and drivers cope the OpenGL necessities.

4. Injure OpenGL to conclude whether it is effort the job.

5. Vanish the OpenGL plug-in from the After Effects plug-in folder.

6. Bring up to date the Video Card Drivers.

7. If you are using Windows, Restart After Effects and check the action that caused the signal.

8. Check if the Texture Memory Preferences are optimized.

9. Sick the icon caches and video retention.

10. Transfer the rationalize service for the video roster to Maximal 32 bit for Windows and Billions for Mac OS.

11. Put out of action progressive functions of the video card for Windows only

12. Utilize a single monitor.

13. Post the Diminish OpenGL Texture Size PlayScript in the Commencement script folder.

14. Set After Effects preferences.

At the end

15. Happening Adobe Abstract Agree.

Answered By 573030 points N/A #119107

Open GL after effect problem


First, try reinstalling Adobe After Effects. Click Start, Control Panel, and then Add or Remove Programs. Select Adobe After Effects then click Remove or Uninstall. After that, click Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then Disk Cleanup. Select drive C then click OK. Check “Temporary files” and Setup Log Files, click OK then select Delete Files.

Restart your computer then install Adobe After Effects back. Try also updating your software to fix any bugs that are maybe causing the error on OpenGL. Visit Adobe After Effects for Windows to download an update. The page lists all available updates for download for all versions of Adobe After Effects.

Make sure to download the correct update for your version. Also, try updating your video card. Visit the official website of your graphics adapter then download the latest driver. It should fix the problem on OpenGL.

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