Character Animator scene has a wrong colour after exporting to Premiere Pro

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Hi! After importing Character Animator scene with File -> Import -> .chproj file -> selected scene it always become kinda pinky. It works in the same way for every screne for all the puppets. I've already reinstalled Premiere Pro. Any suggestions what I'm doing wrong?Screenshot 2020-11-22 at 14.47.02.png

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Character Animator scene has a wrong colour after exporting to Premiere Pro

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Hi! After importing Character Animator scene with File -> Import -> .chproj file -> selected scene it always become kinda pinky. It works in the same way for every screne for all the puppets. I've already reinstalled Premiere Pro. Any suggestions what I'm doing wrong?Screenshot 2020-11-22 at 14.47.02.png

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This seems to pop up on a regualar basis.

Not sure but guessing this is an alpha channel issue and a bug.

Instead of importing from the project can you render the file out with a video codec.

Also turn off MPE hardware.

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What colour space is your sequence set to?

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Same issue here!

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I solved this by adding a Set Matte effect. 

 

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I've just tried this but it didn't work for me. 

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It is probably a bug. You should file a report.

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Hmmm,

I'm sorry to hear that it didn't work for you. I just dragged that effect onto the clip on the timeline and it looks good.

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