Color saturation changes in Videos only when subtitles appear

Community Beginner ,
Jun 18, 2021 Jun 18, 2021

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I noticed a strange issue when exporting my videos with subtitles recently, and I can't seem to find anyone else with this issue. I hope it is an easy fix. 

 

I add translated subtitles to my videos for YouTube, and they are burned into the video. When I export the video, there is a slight saturation change to the colors when the subtitles appear on the screen. It then goes back when the subtitles are gone. With a video full of subtitles, what you see is a sort of "flickering," that is so subtle, I just noticed it now after uploading a few videos to YouTube. 

 

You can see what I mean here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9AkyQnNkGk

The actual rendered file is the same. I tried to change my NVIDIA GPU color settings, but the same issue occurs when I rendered the video again. 

 

Anyone have an idea what might cause this? Cheers!

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 18, 2021 Jun 18, 2021
if you are exporting to H.264, try switching the Encoding Settings - Performance  in Export Settings - Video or try exporting to something other than H.264 like QuickTime GoPro Cineform YUV 10 bits, then create an H.264 out of that export. Looks like a Graphics Driver update issue related only to H.264 encoders

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Jun 18, 2021 Jun 18, 2021

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if you are exporting to H.264, try switching the Encoding Settings - Performance 

in Export Settings - Video

 

or try exporting to something other than H.264 like QuickTime GoPro Cineform YUV 10 bits,

then create an H.264 out of that export.

 

Looks like a Graphics Driver update issue related only to H.264 encoders

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Wow! I will try it now. Let's see what happens. Thanks.

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Switching to "software encoding" worked like a charm. Howevever, I got a nice GPU to render fast. Any chance that a driver update will fix this issue? I just noticed an NVIDIA driver update is availible now. 

 

Anyway, I will toy around with it. However, you helped me find exactly what was wrong very quickly. Thank you so much for sharing your expertise. Cheers!

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Try your GPU rendering again, only this time make sure that Sequence>Sequence Settings> Composite in linear color is unchecked.

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Alright. I will try that next. Thank you!

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I tried exporting to Cineform and that issue does not happen. It only occurs with H.264 on hardware encoding

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