Brightness Changes after Hardware Export with Text and After Effects Overlays

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For the last couple of weeks, I've noticed a shift in brightness on any clip where I overlay either typed text (applied directly in Premiere) or an After Effects animated Text Overlay. The underlying clip is one single clip with fixed camera exposure.

 

With an After Effects overlay, the brightness will shift as soon as the start of the sequence, even if text has not yet entered the frame. It does not display this behaviour in Premier when editting and when I export with Software Rendering, the problem does not occur.

 

It has only started to occur with hardware rendering in the last 2 to 3 weeks (as far as I've noticed).

 

PC Specs

Intel i5 4670K

Nvidia GTX 1070

32GB RAM

Windows 10

(an old 2014 era machine but still pulls it's weight for the most part!)

 

 

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Do you have the latest Studio Driver installed?

NVIDIA STUDIO DRIVER

Driver Version: 460.89 - Release Date: Tue Dec 15, 2020
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Brightness Changes after Hardware Export with Text and After Effects Overlays

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For the last couple of weeks, I've noticed a shift in brightness on any clip where I overlay either typed text (applied directly in Premiere) or an After Effects animated Text Overlay. The underlying clip is one single clip with fixed camera exposure.

 

With an After Effects overlay, the brightness will shift as soon as the start of the sequence, even if text has not yet entered the frame. It does not display this behaviour in Premier when editting and when I export with Software Rendering, the problem does not occur.

 

It has only started to occur with hardware rendering in the last 2 to 3 weeks (as far as I've noticed).

 

PC Specs

Intel i5 4670K

Nvidia GTX 1070

32GB RAM

Windows 10

(an old 2014 era machine but still pulls it's weight for the most part!)

 

 

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Peru Bob | Adobe Community Professional

Do you have the latest Studio Driver installed?

NVIDIA STUDIO DRIVER

Driver Version: 460.89 - Release Date: Tue Dec 15, 2020
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Hardware or GPU

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Driver Version: 460.89 - Release Date: Tue Dec 15, 2020
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Thanks for this. I was on GameReady Drivers dating back to March.

I updated the Game Ready Drivers to the latest but it didn't help. Switching to Studio Drivers solved it! Thanks

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