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After Effects reading Prores+Alpha differently than Premiere

Community Beginner ,
Jun 15, 2020

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UPDATE: Rolling back to v7.0.1 fixes the problem. Tried several versions back and this was the one that fixed it.

 

I've recently run into a problem which I can't find the culprit to.

 

The same types of files encouded with Prores+alpha, look vastly different in After Effects vs Premiere. This didn't used to be the case a few weeks ago and now all my probject using these files look terrible.

 

For some reason After Effects reads the Prores files with a massive color shift problem. If I take the Prores file, import to premiere (Where it looks fine) and export it to another file type, it will look fine in After Effects.

 

Anyone know what's going on?

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After Effects reading Prores+Alpha differently than Premiere

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Jun 15, 2020

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UPDATE: Rolling back to v7.0.1 fixes the problem. Tried several versions back and this was the one that fixed it.

 

I've recently run into a problem which I can't find the culprit to.

 

The same types of files encouded with Prores+alpha, look vastly different in After Effects vs Premiere. This didn't used to be the case a few weeks ago and now all my probject using these files look terrible.

 

For some reason After Effects reads the Prores files with a massive color shift problem. If I take the Prores file, import to premiere (Where it looks fine) and export it to another file type, it will look fine in After Effects.

 

Anyone know what's going on?

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