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Rendering video as green, keeping effects, music, etc.

New Here ,
Apr 27, 2023 Apr 27, 2023

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Ok. I have NEVER seen anyone with the same problem as me. Every single damn time I go to render a video in either AE, or Media Encoder using AE. The video comes out green. The video still has the sound effects, video effects, etc. No, it's not when I import a video. It's when I RENDER. The video looks fine in AE. And when it comes out green. I mean GREEN. Entire video is green. When I try to watch it on my PC, it's just a green video. NOTHING has fixed it. I don't know the issue. My specs are a RTX 3060 ti, AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Six-Core., 16 GB Memory, Windows 10 Pro I think. Please. Please someone help. I've spent so much time on edits and NONE of them come out correctly.

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Compositing and VFX , Crash , Dynamic link , Expressions , Import and export , Performance , Scripting , SDK , Troubleshooting , UI and UX , Workflow

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Participant ,
Apr 28, 2023 Apr 28, 2023

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Well, this looks like an encoding problem. Not sure what triggers it, it might be the combination of size, frame rate, bitrate, I don't know.
I don't have a solution to fix the problem, but I would suggest to render to a high quality intermediate (using a high quality codec), and then encode that file to h264 with the prefered encoding settings.
That route will hopefully circumvent the problem and at least get the job done.

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New Here ,
Apr 28, 2023 Apr 28, 2023

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I would also suggest to render to another format. maybe Prores 422. and the reencode. Adobe Media Encoder is very very buggy. for example I once had a project where I hade my animation on exactly the same red background in 10 different resolutions. but when i rendered it in AME one particular video of the 10 had slightly different red tone in the Background. Choosing handbrake for final encoding solved the problem

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Apr 28, 2023 Apr 28, 2023

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Is the source video an Mp4? In other words - is the video or material you are using in AE mp4? If so, I would recommend using a better codec when inside AE. Something like a MOV that's pro res.

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