Why is this happening with my adobe after effects?

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Help me please,


Does anyone know and have this kind of problem and how to fix it? I tried also re-installing the software but still the error occurs. It happens when i try to import footage. Before it was fine but now is kind of annoying. Thanks for your help in advance.


After Effects error: sorry, the last command could not be completed (-1700).

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Answered By 0 points N/A #125634

Why is this happening with my adobe after effects?



After effect error can be solved easily. It is a tool in graphics design or Photoshop. It helps you to select a particular area with same format and give you that opportunity to go and edit that particular area. It is a small file in Photoshop library.

If in your computer you install some similar application program in a same time then uninstall one program, this problem occurs.

In order to solve this problem you need to install plug-in. You can easily find this plug-in on internet. Installing missing plug-in will solve this problem. You can also visit  https://www.adobe.com/downloads.html for find missing plug-in and also search in Google for more plug-in.

Answered By 15 points N/A #125635

Why is this happening with my adobe after effects?


That is an apple event error and it occurs when the data could not be properly coerced to the requested descriptor type in the event handler, and therefore you will need to do the following to fix that problem:

  • You will need to find another setup application for the adobe effects and install it.
  • I will suggest that you search the application from another site that is not the one you had downloaded from before, and preferably an adobe site.
  • Make that you download the adobe after effects application that meets the system requirements of the operating system that you are using.
  • Install after the download finishes and see if that will solve the problem.


-Clair Charles



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