PNG file not the right color when exporting

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Mar 10, 2022 Mar 10, 2022

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Hi guys,
I am currently exporting a text animation with an animation of a  red cross that brushes over it (two png files that I merged into a cross, which creates two red brushes). But when I export the file and import it in Davinci Resolve, the red color of the cross aint right. When I set the composite mode in Davinci to normal the red cross goes kinda black behind it, and when I set the composite mode to screen, it turn's pink. 
My export settings in After Effects were Quicktime, where my format options are set to 'animation' - My channels are RGB + Alpha - Do anyone know what I am doing wrong here? 
Screenshot 2022-03-10 at 17.32.17.pngScreenshot 2022-03-10 at 17.32.28.pngScreenshot 2022-03-10 at 17.32.43.png

Photo number 1 is in After Effects (how it is supposed to be)
Photo number 2 is when the composite mode in Davinci is set to normal
Photo number 3 is when the composite mode in Davinci is set to screen

Kind regards,
Benjamin

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New Here , Mar 10, 2022 Mar 10, 2022

Update: 
I found the solution to the problem. If anyone else has the same problem, follow along. When exporting, under the 'video output' change the color to 'Straight (Unmatted)' - Hope this can help someone else 🙂


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Update: 
I found the solution to the problem. If anyone else has the same problem, follow along. When exporting, under the 'video output' change the color to 'Straight (Unmatted)' - Hope this can help someone else 🙂


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Yep - I was going to say that this is likely a transparency issue, vs a color issue.

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