Distortion on Export

New Here ,
Dec 29, 2020

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Every now and then, I export a video and it distorts on playback.  I have taken some screenshots of what happens.

I use a macbook pro, and export in H.264, match source - High bitrate.

I edit and download loads of videos and this probably happens every 25-20 projects.

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What do you mean by saying that it "distorts" video on playback?

What happens?

Marek Mularczyk
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Distortion is probably the wrong description. I export the project and when I play the video there are flashing colours and lines throughout. [I have added some screenshots of frame by frame]. It is like some frames have become corrupt or something.

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Hi Marek, Distortion is probably the wrong description.  I export the project and when I play the video there are flashing colours and lines throughout.  [I have added some screenshots of frame by frame].  It is like some frames have become corrupt or something.

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Are you noticing these flashing lines in different video players? Maybe it's a specific video player?

What if you import exported video back into Premiere? Do you see flashing, too?

Marek Mularczyk
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It is not showing in Premiere, only after export. It is not on every project, quite random.

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This is what has happened.  I clicked into Project Settings and changed the renderer to 'Mercury Playback Engine Software Only'.  It appears to have worked but I don't understand why.  I manage to get by with the program but don't know much about the workings of it.

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HOla revisando tu caso el problema podria radicar en que si bien usas H264 podrias probar em MOV  (Apple Pro Ress) y ver la diferencia, si necesitas los videos mas ligeros el MOV lo uedes convertir a H264 (mp4) en Media Encoder.Dado que no sabemos que tipo de archivos utilizas esa prodria ser una solucion.

Salu2

 

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