If you’re using the Vakago Tools Extensions for Adobe Creative Cloud applications like Premiere Pro or After Effects, you may need to access logs for troubleshooting. The logs contain important information about the extension’s performance, errors, and other relevant data that can help us identify and resolve issues. In this tutorial, we will walk you through the steps to get logs in the Vakago Tools Extensions.

Step 1: Open Extension Panel

First, launch the Adobe Creative Cloud application that has the Vakago Tools Extensions installed, such as Premiere Pro or After Effects. Once the application is open, go to the Window menu, then click on Extensions. This will open the Extensions panel where you can find the Vakago Tools Extensions.

Step 2: Access Logs

In the Extensions panel, locate the Vakago Tools Extension you want to get logs from. For example, if you want to access logs for the AI Background Remover Extension, click on the extension’s name in the list of installed extensions. This will open the extension’s interface.

In the bottom right corner of the extension’s interface, you will find an “info” button. Click on it to access the extension’s information panel.

Step 3: Click on Logs

In the information panel, you will find various details about the Vakago Tools Extension, such as the version number. At the bottom of the information panel, you will see a “Logs” button. Click on it to open the logs.

Step 4: Copy Logs to Clipboard

Once the logs are open, you can view the information related to the extension. If you need to share the logs with for troubleshooting or diagnostic purposes, you can click on the “Copy to Clipboard” button. This will copy the logs to your clipboard, allowing you to paste them into a text file, an email body, or any other desired location.

Step 5: Share Logs

You can now paste the logs from your clipboard into the desired location, such as a text file, an email body, or a chat window with a support representative. Please always attach log files when reporting a bug: Report a Bug