I'm an in-house cameraman and editor for a financial business in London. I'm using the latest Macbook Pro Retina with 16gb ram, NVidia 750 graphics card. I've been using the same method for editing for past two years but have only just started editing with the very latest 2014 version of Premiere cloud. I'm mixing PM-100 and Sony EX1 footage which i've done many times before. However i've spend hours trying to get rid of green flashes that have started to appear on the renders.
These seem consistent with using the PMW-100 as the EX1 footage seems ok. I can replace the error clips with something else but then the render error moves to another part of the rendering.
These flashes can't be seen in playback within the editor, only after rendering.
I'm trying to work out if its the camera, camera drives, Macbook Pro Retina or Premiere.
Can anyone help shed light on this?
Still having this problem in 2020 which is ridiculous, this should have been solved in an update a loooooong time ago. Russell0101 has solved it for me.
In fact no he hasn't. Same problem with the 'software only' option selected.
Same.. has anyone figured this out yet?
Im on a deadline and nothing seems to help.
I couldn't solve it in AE - I ended up editing those frames out in premiere and rendering again. It was the quickest fix and didn't interfere with my final version noticeably.
The fixes listed here have not helped. My problem arises mostly with stock video I have added in, or a Motions Graphics template, not my own video.
I am having the exact same issue. I tried switching to CUDA Open CL and Software only and I am still having this issue...