mysterious thin line appears after applying essential graphics

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Hello, experiencing a weird situation here. My clips are fine. Howevre for some reason, after applying essential graphics to a clip, no matter the size or location of the graphics, a mesterious little thin line appears in the center of the clip. What's strange is that this line appears only when the video is played, the line disappears when the video is stopped. I deleted graphis for a test and played the video, sure enough the line wasn't there anymore. But then when I put the graphis back on the clip and pressed play, the line appeared again. I have applied graphis to other video projects before and this issue never happened with them. What is this little line and how can I get rid of it without removing the graphics I have applied? 

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mysterious thin line appears after applying essential graphics

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Hello, experiencing a weird situation here. My clips are fine. Howevre for some reason, after applying essential graphics to a clip, no matter the size or location of the graphics, a mesterious little thin line appears in the center of the clip. What's strange is that this line appears only when the video is played, the line disappears when the video is stopped. I deleted graphis for a test and played the video, sure enough the line wasn't there anymore. But then when I put the graphis back on the clip and pressed play, the line appeared again. I have applied graphis to other video projects before and this issue never happened with them. What is this little line and how can I get rid of it without removing the graphics I have applied? 

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