NT Productions shows how you can add password protection to your Ae scripts.
Creating scripts for After Effects is an excellent way to build custom workflows making things much more manageable. But if you are building scripts as a product or a service, you need to consider another level of abstraction. That may entail creating installation routines, licensing schemes, and maybe adding passwords to your scripts.
Adding Password Protection.
NT Production has some insights into licensing schemes and the like before. Now, with a new tutorial NT Production’s Nathan Lovell shows how you can add password protection too. The tutorial covers creating a user name and password scheme that is encoded and hidden within the script.