#382709
Both files are indeed missing in the Adobe folder. I think this has to do with rights. I can manually place files by accepting the "permission of admin rights". I installed the plug-in "as administrator", but it didn't wright the files, and didn't give any warnings.

Can you provide the files seperately? It might be solved by manually place the files?

Microsoft Visual C++2010 x64 Redistributable... is installed.

Thanks
#382720
It is possible that you are installing the plugin in the wrong path. The right one is:

C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe After Effects CC 2014\Support Files\Plug-ins\

When the installer is not able to automatically detect an AE installation, it's easy that you set manually something like:

C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe After Effects CC 2014\
or
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe After Effects CC 2014\Support Files\
both wrong!

We have to improve this in order to avoid these kind of issues with unsupported versions of AE, so, in the future, you can use any of those three paths to install the plug-in properly.

Please confirm whether installing the plug-in in "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe After Effects CC 2014\Support Files\Plug-ins\" works (it does in my machine).
#382731
Thanks Brany,

That did the trick!

Cheers

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