Wonder if anyone or Adobe knows the answer to this.
I've captured various screen footage using iShowU Instant... regardless of me trying to conform to 30fps it creates its own adaptive frame rates (28.77 for example).
QT has no problem playing this captured footage smoothly. And when imported into AE and used on the timeline (in a project conformed to 30fps) equally I will not see any dropped frames
However if i try to render to MP4 or ProRes via AME i get brief green dropped frames, presumably its struggling to deal with non uniform frame rates
However I can render directly from AE to both ProRes and Animation compressed via the RenderQueue (at 30fps) and will experience no issues with dropped frames?
In fact I ended up rendering to animation compressed from RenderQueue and then using AME to re-encode to MP4 and have no dropped frames.
Therefore can AME only handle source footage in AE that conforms to a uniform standard frame rate?
ps i'm using a Mac and CC2019 etc..
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That does not sound ideal. I understand you are getting an issue with the dropped frames when you export the file using Adobe Media Encoder and it works fine when you export it using After Effects. Am I correct?
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