Strange stair step striping after rendering H.264

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Feb 21, 2020 Feb 21, 2020

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Hello all. First-time post here. Looking for some guidance. I am trying to render a video made in after effects using media encoder. I have done this many times before with no issue until now. I am getting a weird striping effect. I will attach a screenshot.

I have updated to the latest version of both AE and ME this morning. Any guidance is appreciated.

 

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New Here , Feb 21, 2020 Feb 21, 2020
UPDATE: My co-workers suggested I update K-lite on my PC. That seems to have solved the issue for now as the playback looks fine. I can only assume an update along the way messed something up. Whatever the case updating K-lite seems to have resolved the issue.The interesting thing is the built in Movie/TV app in windows 10 still shows the broken output. Windows media player shows it just fine. I am guessing it is a playback codec issue. 

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UPDATE: My co-workers suggested I update K-lite on my PC. That seems to have solved the issue for now as the playback looks fine. I can only assume an update along the way messed something up. Whatever the case updating K-lite seems to have resolved the issue.

The interesting thing is the built in Movie/TV app in windows 10 still shows the broken output. Windows media player shows it just fine. I am guessing it is a playback codec issue.

 

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