Images freeze when exported but not in the timeline

Community Beginner ,
Jan 20, 2021 Jan 20, 2021

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Hi everyone,

 

I got a problem with images from my drone (mavic pro 2). When i do an export, the images freeze and they don't when i'm in the timeline with CUDA (they do if i deactivate CUDA...). There's also footage from my EOS R in my edit that doesn't freeze when exported... I already did some edit combining MP2 and EOS R and it's the first time i get this problem...

 

Here's what i tried so far :

- change the i/s of the footage

- export with software only

- deactivate CUDA

- export with Media Encoder (but it applies a LUT on every footage and i don't know why...)

 

Thank you for your help and excuse my poor english...

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Jan 20, 2021 Jan 20, 2021

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Make sure you have the latest Nvidia STUDIO driver installed, not the Game driver.

NVIDIA Studio Driver | 460.89 | Windows 10 64-bit

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Thanks Ann,

I do have this Nvidia STUDIO driver installed. In fact, i did the update after i get this bug but it didn't change anything...

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Does Media Encoder show a LUT in the settings for the export?  If not, it's probably not applying one. If you see a difference and are assuming it's a LUT being applied, that's not a correct assumption. It is possible, but there are more likely other issues instead.

 

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