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Horrible artifacts on export - Unusable

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Jul 12, 2020

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  • Hi there! i am having issues exporting footage. It looks correct on the timeline, but in AME&export it looks like this:
- The base Footage is shot on FS5 (Mpeg/H264 Long GOP 420). I applied a adjustment layer on top (but more or less same thing w/o). Sequence is 1080/25 ... rendering to Prores422HQ. Win10/PrPRo 14.3.0. does anyone have any ideas, whats goin on here?  Thanks

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As noted by mggrenadier, it's a driver issue. There's been a string of bad Nvidia drivers recently. Apparently there is a new one from two days ago (9 July) that works but prior to that you had to revert to a 455..x or 442.x driver with a 'clean install' from the Nvidia driver installation panel.

 

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Horrible artifacts on export - Unusable

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  • Hi there! i am having issues exporting footage. It looks correct on the timeline, but in AME&export it looks like this:
- The base Footage is shot on FS5 (Mpeg/H264 Long GOP 420). I applied a adjustment layer on top (but more or less same thing w/o). Sequence is 1080/25 ... rendering to Prores422HQ. Win10/PrPRo 14.3.0. does anyone have any ideas, whats goin on here?  Thanks

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Correct answer by R_Neil_Haugen | Adobe Community Professional

As noted by mggrenadier, it's a driver issue. There's been a string of bad Nvidia drivers recently. Apparently there is a new one from two days ago (9 July) that works but prior to that you had to revert to a 455..x or 442.x driver with a 'clean install' from the Nvidia driver installation panel.

 

Neil

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Jul 12, 2020

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looks like it's a graphics card driver issue to me.  First try changing your renderer to software only in your project settings.  If that fixes it, it's almost definitely a driver issue.  

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As noted by mggrenadier, it's a driver issue. There's been a string of bad Nvidia drivers recently. Apparently there is a new one from two days ago (9 July) that works but prior to that you had to revert to a 455..x or 442.x driver with a 'clean install' from the Nvidia driver installation panel.

 

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Jul 13, 2020

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I am having this one installed! 451.67 .... but now I rolled back to 442.19 and everything works flawlessly 🙂  But thnks for the hint!

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Version: 451.67  WHQL
Release Date: 2020.7.9

This will fix you problem if you have a nvidia gtx card.

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