could not convert unicode characters

Today I found two problems when turning on After Effects. If you show these two problems, the program will not run in any way.

After Effects error: could not convert Unicode characters. (23:: 46)

I first took the help of many forums, and a few people did not work. I was finally able to solve it.

I will share with you today how I got the solution to these two problems.

Those of you who are suffering from these two types of problems. This post is not working for them even after repeatedly uninstalling and reinstalling.

This is the kind of message you see.

After Effects error: could not convert Unicode characters. (23:: 46)

After effects can’t continue: unexpected failure during application startup

A solution to two problems.

OK. Let’s see how we solved it.

After effects can’t continue: unexpected failure during application startup

The same thing applies to Windows OS and Mac OS. The setting is just different. I use Windows, so I’m showing it. Mac OS users will find that option.

First, go to the control panel. Find the region from here.

  • Step 1: Click Region A Region popup window will open. Click on the second menu from here.
  • Step 2: Click on the Administrative menu.
  • Step 3: Click on Change System Local. Another window will open.
  • Step 4: Here, the window will open. Below is a tick mark with the text [Beta: Use Unicode UTF-8 for worldwide language support]. Uncheck it. Click OK to Restart. The work is done.

At the end of all, the program will run again. Will run nicely.

Thanks for reading the detailed article carefully.

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