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So the flare is going over the desired final position and then coming back the wrong way to finish off at 957.
select the keyframes, right click on one of them. select " keyframe interpolation, then set spatial interpolation to Linear
Ahhh, thank you!!
Thank you so much for your help. I've been trying all sorts of things to try and figure this out.
So, I just did all of your suggestions and it did not change things. However, one thing I noticed made me curious. #1 below is how the uncorrected footage looks in AE. #2 is how the raw camera footage looks in Quicktime. Something is definitely screwing with the color space.
Really? Was the addition of the home icon in place of the most-used function in after effects listed as one of the new features in any of the documentation ?
did you capture the video with an iphone? this may be caused if the video codec set to HEVC
No shot on a 5D Mark ii. And remember, this only started happening three days ago. I've been in post edited and did all the color correction and this never happened. It was only when I came back to start laying in the credits (different composition all together) that when skimming this composition I saw this. I've rendered it out numerous times before for pushing to Audio and other things, no issues.
Also, I've noticed that when I SKIM the video, if I hold the skim in place where there is a bad render it flashes up Adaptive rendering in the upper right corner and then will actually render appropriately. Doesn't do it all the time. Like I can't get it to do it on the shots of the little girl close up above. This is starting to get SUPER frustrating.
One more thing while I'm trying to troubleshoot.
I opened an older version of the edit (shot back in May 2018). This was dated July. It was also with AE 15. Opened it and everything looks great.
So then I opened AE 16 and opened the file, which of course asked me to update this file to the newer version. I did. Low and behold, the footage looks like crap again.
So this was NOT happening LAST WEEK. Did Adobe push out an update to 16 in the past week?
This appears to be irrelevant info so edited to strike it out.
I may just have discovered the problem.
Looked at the original footage files in the finder:
I have never shot anything with a color profile of PAL (1-1-6). I don't even recognize that? Any thoughts?
Do you use the current version of Mocha LE in CC 2019 for tracking? It has a bug of memory leak. The bug fix patch will be releaed soon.
Also note that in Preferences/General you can turn on "Default spatial interpolation to Linear" to prevent this happening by accident.
I think the problem is solved. Finally spend about 45 minutes with chat support. I did NOT know about the ability to do a hard reboot of all preferences. "Command+Option+Shift" as you open.
I had cleaned out the preferences myself but obviously I must have missed something. I feel a bit of a simpleton but I'm definitely going to hold onto this little gem going forward.
Thank you so much for taking the time to help out. Much appreciated.
I'll be happy to try! We'll see where we can get.
Since you're having inconsistent crashes, let's enable logging (Help > Enable Logging). This should collect info on what's happening, and would be extremely useful for the AE dev team if it ends up going that far.
Are you getting the crash pop-up? Have you been submitting crash reports? (Have you been explaining your problem?)
People do actually read those, for the record.
This is a known issue on MacOS. Hopeful that a fix will be forthcoming. Looks like Proportional Grid is what you should be using, for now. AE's Preferences Window allows for customization based on the number of rectangles you want in your Proportional Grid.
My guess is it wasn't. Adobe often makes changes despite what its users think are good changes.
I bless my lucky stars that I am still on CC 2017, and have not been allowed to upgrade... or deteriorate, as writers have alluded.
Hi, AME for output. The thing is, I have been using this system without fault for 3 years and now it suddenly goes nuts?
Your Bitrate settings is what you'll want to be looking at - this is the most critical setting which dictates the quality of your output/render. 10 MBps is a suitably good setting for most use-cases. Conventional wisdom suggests a setting of between 22.5-27.5 MBps to obtain a render/output that is lossless relative to what you see/have in your timeline. Once you've accertained a preferred Bitrate Setting for a specific resolution, save the setting as a preset.