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RGB+ alpha Export Looks Weird

Community Beginner ,
Jun 30, 2023 Jun 30, 2023

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Hello Community,

Today I created a simple animation that I imported an Adobe Illustrator project to After Effects and I animated that by just changing the positions and puppet tool things. That AI Project is the only thing that had in my rendering composition no background layers.
Anyways I rendered the video with Quick Time, Best Settings, Full Resolution, Animation and RGB+alpha but after it was exported my video is all in black and white all the colour things are grey and the video also like expanded which it so weird. I don't know how to say that anyways it is horrible.

I don't know what to do please help me !!!

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Jun 30, 2023 Jun 30, 2023

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My first guess is that you exported an Alpha Only video. The easiest thing to do is use the High Quality with Alpha preset in the Render Queue/Output Module settings. It's easier than customizing, and it's right there in the dropdown list. 

 

If that does not solve your problem, we need to see screenshots showing the modified properties of the problem layers (press 'uu') and your render settings. Checking the info in the Project Panel thumbnail when you select your imported and rendered video will also help. That is actually the first place I would look. 

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