Higher quality, worse rendering effects

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Feb 07, 2021 Feb 07, 2021

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Hey everyone, so my problem is with rendering my project. When I do this at low quality (.avi 320x480), all effects come out fine, but when I change the quality for the better (h.264 or hvec or even .avi at higher resolution) some effects get messed up. For instance my offset effect to move my picture around a bit just stops moving at a certain point, then returns to it's original point at the end of my effect layer. Could it be hardware related? (AMD RX5600XT/i5-9600KF) I also have some of the video files I use on a different HDD, I cannot imagine this being the problem, but if someone knows its the opposite, then let me know!

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Editing, Effects and Titles, Error or problem, Export, Hardware or GPU

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Feb 07, 2021 Feb 07, 2021

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What are your Mercury Acceleration settings in the Project dialog?

 

What created your media, and what frame-rate/frame-size is it?

 

What is the frame-rate and frame-size of your sequence?

 

What effects are you using?

 

And what do you have for your program monitor setting, full, quarter, half ... and for playback/pause settiings ... and whether or not High Quality is checked ...

 

Neil

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Feb 08, 2021 Feb 08, 2021

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Thanks for the reply!

Mercury accelaration is GPU (opencl) but also tried software.

Media is created by go-pro(59.94fr/1920x1440) and phone camera (30fr/3840x2160), I have the problem on both.

Sequence frame-rate is 23.976fr/1080x1920

The effect I have the noticable problem with is "offset". 

Program monitor is on 1/4, but the problem is with exporting. Even in the preview output, I can already see it going wrong when I go to a certain frame-size/quality. The lower the quality, the better the effect works.

 

Bart

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Feb 07, 2021 Feb 07, 2021

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 rendering my project.


By @BN Slagterr

Do you mean rendering the timeline for preview or do you mean exporting?

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Feb 09, 2021 Feb 09, 2021

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Well I checked, and it happens with both. But where I get the problem especially is with exporting

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