* Autokroma Influx BETA7 :
- Info available in our article https://www.autokroma.com/blog/BETA-For-Influx-Importer-Adobe-Premiere-Pro-After-Effects
- Support for Premiere Pro / Media Encoder 2019 onwards (v13+) and After Effects 2019 onwards (v16+)
- Support for Microsoft Windows 10 and Apple macOS Intel v10.14 (Mojave) onwards as well as Apple silicon (the M1 CPU as of now), more information about Adobe plugins and Apple silicon and how to launch back Adobe apps in Intel mode in our article : https://www.autokroma.com/blog/Apple-Silicon-ARM-M1-Compatibility-with-Adobe-Creative-Cloud-Autokroma
- Adobe will try to use Influx if it cannot import a file natively, for example when a specific file or codec is not supported (even if the container is supported by Adobe it could fail)
- Support for new .MKV .WEBM .AVI etc. containers on both Windows and maCOS as well as a lot of containers already supported by Adobe
- Use Premiere Pro DogEars feature to confirm that Influx is being used to decode the files
- Suffix your video files with .influx to import them with Influx instead of natively by Adobe, this way you will know for sure it's not Adobe decoding the files. Could be useful for troubleshooting Adobe and working around its bugs
* Access our Influx Settings popup by :
- Premiere Pro : right clicking on a project item and clicking "Source Settings…"
- Media Encoder : right clicking on render queue item and clicking "Source Settings…"
- After Effects : right clicking on a project item -> "Interpret Footage" -> "Main…" and clicking the "More Options…" button at the bottom
* Contact us to tell us about your needs and send us your files !
C:\Users\[ Your User Name Here ]]\AppData\Roaming\Autokroma\Influx\
debugLogs = true
disable = false
overrideAdobe = false
debugLogs = truewill write debugging logs, it will be useful to send us those files for inspection and bug fixing.
disable = truewill disable completely importing files with Influx.
overrideAdobe = truewill force your Adobe application to use Influx even for files that are natively supported by Adobe, useful mostly for debugging but we recommend against using this option in production.