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footage goes green on half, quarter res view, and crashing

Enthusiast ,
Aug 10, 2018 Aug 10, 2018

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green footge.jpg

crashing every 5 to 10 minutes,  full res view looks normal

Yes - I updated after effects

Yes - I updated graphics card

My System

OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 10.0.16299

CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7820HK CPU @ 2.90GHz

RAM: 32409MB

GPU Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation

GPU: GeForce GTX 1060/PCIe/SSE2

GPU Driver: 23.20.16.4973

GPU RAM: 6144MB

GPU Code: 0

CL0: Intel(R) HD Graphics 630 (47.6%) (GL Interop)

CL1: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7820HK CPU @ 2.90GHz (4.8%)

CL2: GeForce GTX 1060 (47.6%)

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Adobe Employee ,
Aug 15, 2018 Aug 15, 2018

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Hi djmattyz,

See if this helps: Green or purple streaks appear in the Source and Program monitors

Thanks,
Kevin

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Jun 15, 2024 Jun 15, 2024

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  1. Check Hardware Acceleration: Disable hardware acceleration in your video playback software settings to see if it resolves the green footage issue.
  2. Update Graphics Drivers: Ensure your graphics card drivers are up to date to prevent compatibility issues causing the green screen problem.
  3. Adjust Resolution: Experiment with different resolution settings to determine if the issue persists across various resolutions.
  4. Video Codec Compatibility: Verify if the video file uses a compatible codec with your media player or editing software.
  5. Clear Cache: Clear temporary files and cache data in your video editing software to potentially resolve crashing issues.
  6. System Resources: Check your computer’s CPU and RAM usage during playback to ensure your system can handle the video or fafsa processing.
  7. Software Updates: Install any available updates for your video editing software or media player to fix bugs and improve stability.
  8. File Corruption: Check if the video file itself is corrupted by playing it on another device or using a different media player.
  9. Restore Defaults: Reset your video editing software to default settings to eliminate any custom configurations causing issues.
  10. External Devices: Disconnect external devices like monitors or USB drives to rule out interference causing the green screen or crashing.
  11. Monitor Overheating: Ensure your monitor isn’t overheating, as this can sometimes cause display issues like the green screen effect.
  12. FAFSA Support: For students balancing video editing with educational expenses, accessing financial aid through the FAFSA program can provide financial support, allowing focus on resolving technical issues without financial stress.
 

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