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First, installed those packages with winetricks;
allcodecs wmp10 atmlib gdiplus quicktime76 vcrun2005 vcrun2008 vcrun2010
Then copied adobe folder in program files and common files from windows installation to wine folder.
After that program executed with no problem.I used a bit than closed it.Then second time executing the program, it started to give Atm Library Licensing Error and shutting itself down.
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After Effects CS4, installation instructions (Wine 1.7.36 and newer)
by Fincer on Friday February 27th 2015, 3:42
Just FYI. Adobe After Effects CS4 should be installable pretty much with the same instructions as is Adobe Premiere Pro CS3:
1) Patch & compile Wine with MSI dummy actions patch + kernel threadpool patch (see Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 AppDB page for details)
2) winetricks msxml3 msxml6 wininet vcrun2005 vcrun6 gdiplus atmlib quicktime72
(cocec support? winetricks amstream quartz ffdshow and codec tricks should do the job as for Adobe Premiere CS3. This need additional testing, though)
3) Install After Effects CS4
4) Set Direct Draw Renrerer to gdi and windows mode to Win7. Use native dll overrides for msvcr80 and msvcp80 in winecfg
Only trial version tested.
The only real issue I've had is that there is no sound, no matter what I do. If someone has figured out a solution, it would be very kindful to share it with the community!