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Adjustment Layer cause Image to "jump" with color correction

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I have an timeremapped timelape where i color corrected some aspects. I notice some "jumping" of the footage when the adjustment layer is active, it jumps/streches the image a little bit. I checked several times that or original is not jumping at all, only in combination with the adjustment layer i get those result. On the Adjustment Layer there is no keyframe for scale or so which could cause this, just color correction. 

 

What i noticed that even when i pre-render the clip i get red sections in the timelime around that area where i can see the "jump" , i would expect that those turn green after pre-render.

 

Just by playing around with the layer i managed to get rid of the problem, which makes no sense: I simply remove the Adjustment layer and just do an "undo" to bring it back. Viola i get what i expected from the beginning. Those tiny bugs where as user you have no clue what cause them makes me feel this is never really tested, to me is looks like a caching issue. Please fix ASAP!

 

 

PS: Using Latest PP

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Adjustment Layer cause Image to "jump" with color correction

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I have an timeremapped timelape where i color corrected some aspects. I notice some "jumping" of the footage when the adjustment layer is active, it jumps/streches the image a little bit. I checked several times that or original is not jumping at all, only in combination with the adjustment layer i get those result. On the Adjustment Layer there is no keyframe for scale or so which could cause this, just color correction. 

 

What i noticed that even when i pre-render the clip i get red sections in the timelime around that area where i can see the "jump" , i would expect that those turn green after pre-render.

 

Just by playing around with the layer i managed to get rid of the problem, which makes no sense: I simply remove the Adjustment layer and just do an "undo" to bring it back. Viola i get what i expected from the beginning. Those tiny bugs where as user you have no clue what cause them makes me feel this is never really tested, to me is looks like a caching issue. Please fix ASAP!

 

 

PS: Using Latest PP

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If you can replicate the issue then please post it on UserVoice: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/ 

 

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So you have a time remapped timelapse ... I take it you mean you have still images, and you applied time-remapping on the stills? Not exactly sure what you're doing there.

 

Then you applied Lumetri to an Adjustement layer.

 

The problem is that there is stuttering for playback, right? If you have the AL active?

 

And "rendering" the section is not behaving as you expect?

 

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Its an PNG sequence of 36 Hrs

 

>The problem is that there is stuttering for playback, right? If you have the AL active?

Not sure what AL is

 

>And "rendering" the section is not behaving as you expect?

No, it keeped jumping the frames (vertically) the same as you would animate the position of the layer.

 

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Adjustment Layer ... AL.

 

So you have a sequence entirely of png images ... all stills.

 

Why ... and how! ... do you time-remap stills? I'm not clear on that.

 

And are you changing for size/scale?

 

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got it, Adjustment Layer.

 

Its a sequence of PNG Files, right

 

Im not scaling any of those files, just timeremapping.

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Does it export OK?

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never tried to export to check as i belive an WYSIWYG should show the final result

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