rendered video looks different than before rendered

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Apr 03, 2022 Apr 03, 2022

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Hi..

i have an issue where the rendered video (finished video) looks different than it was before rendered..

 

heres what the clip should look like ( what it looks like before rendered )

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 and heres what it looked like after rendered:

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the brightness looks off, the directional blur was wierd ( i dont know how to explain it it just looks way off )

 

also when i checked the video after rendered the clip where the opacity is about to drop has a wierd little clear rectangle on the side

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its rlly annoying because it goes closer and more noticeable when opacity is abt to drop..

 

i also checked the comp resolution on the bottom of the video preview thing and its already been changed to FULL..

it was quarter before and when i rendered it looked like the photos from above and i thought it was the resolution so i changed it to FULL then i rendered and it STILL LOOKS THE SAME 

 

i use adobe media encoder to render this and also i tried using the render from after effects itself but both ways LOOKS THE SAME

(the settings in each render are the correct settings)

 

i dont know what to do because the previous edits has no issue like this, please help!.

 

Emily

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Crash , Error or problem , Import and export , Performance , Preview

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Apr 04, 2022 Apr 04, 2022

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You probably messed it up with unsuitable render settings and lack of color managment of a hopelessly out-of-wack monitor. at least that's what you images suggest. Your monitor may not be correctly set up to begin with and then you likely make a mess by enabling e.g. the "render using maximum depth" option in Media encoder or similar stuff. At least check thease options, but quite generally you may need to spend some time reading the online help on these things and then straightening out your system configuration and settings in AE.

 

Mylenium

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