Colors change from green to yellow after I export a GIF

New Here ,
Sep 18, 2020

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I've been struggling with this all morning.  When I see the clip in the preview, the switch is green.  When I export the file as a GIF, the color shifts to yellow.  It doesn't do this for any file type except animated GIF.  Please help me I don't understand what is going on.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 18, 2020

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Looks like your color palatte is off on the GIF. Can you show your export settings?

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I've used multiple other settings as well, all of them resulting with the same issue

 

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The issue also has nothing to do with the background, if I remove the yellow image in the back, the green turns into a grey with a black background

 

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I found it was much easier to export it as an MP4, then throw it into photoshop and convert it as a GIF.  I don't think premiere is geared toward making GIFs

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oh, I assumed you were passing it to adobe media encoder, rather than rendering it right from PR. You could try that too. Instead of pressing encode press Queue.

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