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Composition Resolution Bug?

Community Beginner ,
May 21, 2017 May 21, 2017

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I had my preview resolution in my comp window set to "Auto." When I would start transforming the image or applying affects, I noticed that it would drastically change into a wierd, glitched look. After troubleshooting a bit, I realized that when I set the resolution to full, the problem went away. So each time the auto resolution changed, the image would distort a ton. While Full Resolution looked fine, if I switched it to "Half" or "Third" or etc., the image would completely change. Each of the resolutions had their own effect on the image (I will attach screenshots below.) All of these happened just by changing the composition preview resolution, nothing else.


While the short term solution is to work in full resolution, is there anything I can do to fix this? Has anyone else experienced this?

FYI: My specs are Mac OS Sierra Version 10.12, Intel i7, Nvidia Geforce GTX780, 32 GB RAM.

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Adobe Employee , May 22, 2017 May 22, 2017
Hi KPDalton,Which camera did you use to shoot this footage with? I'm assuming it's footage from a drone, which is often highly compressed H.264 at 4K. My suggestion is that you create proxies and/or transcode the footage (if your intention is to deliver it in HD). Please try a quick test clip and see if it behaves as you'd expect.Thanks,Kevin

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May 22, 2017 May 22, 2017

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Hi KPDalton,

Which camera did you use to shoot this footage with? I'm assuming it's footage from a drone, which is often highly compressed H.264 at 4K. My suggestion is that you create proxies and/or transcode the footage (if your intention is to deliver it in HD). Please try a quick test clip and see if it behaves as you'd expect.

Thanks,

Kevin

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Jul 20, 2017 Jul 20, 2017

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Hi KPDalton,

Are you still facing this problem? If not, let us know how you solved it. If so, please let us know so we can assist you further.

Thanks,

Kevin

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Apr 18, 2021 Apr 18, 2021

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It worked by making proxy clips for the footage.

 

Thank you other Kevin.

 

-Kevin 

 

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Apr 19, 2021 Apr 19, 2021

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