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Hello there,

 

I'm trying to output a short that I am due to deliver tonight and whether or not I use PP or ME to do so, it's squeezing the image vertically and giving it a purple caste.  I'm sure I would have noticed this previously since it's giving our 'hero' a really unfortunate haircut up top...

 

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Hello there,

 

I'm trying to output a short that I am due to deliver tonight and whether or not I use PP or ME to do so, it's squeezing the image vertically and giving it a purple caste.  I'm sure I would have noticed this previously since it's giving our 'hero' a really unfortunate haircut up top...

 

Thanks!

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Uncheck Maximum Render Quality and Use Previews.

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Screen shot of your sequence settings, please. Is your program monitor zoom level set to Fit?

Uncheck Use Max Render Quality and Use Previews and test.

 

MtD

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Thank you both.  Here are sequence settings.  Unchecking doesn't do the trick.  I suspect it has to do with the proxies but I haven't had this issue before.  I tried to adjust output settings to see if I could change the aspect but it also didn't seem to help.  

 

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Uncheck Composite in Linear Color.

Was the original footage 4K? If so, 4K DCI or 4K UHD? If you made proxies, were the correct pixel dimensions used?

 

MtD

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Hi Meg,

Thanks for staying with this!  Unchecked Composite in Linear Color (didn't resolve).  Yes, shot 4096x2160, created proxies roundtripping through DaVinci (which I've done many times) at 1920x1080.  Lots of re-framing but I'm used to it.  Still though, I think when I'm looking at the proxies on the timeline, all is well - is it possible that the 4K is being accessed for the output and is what's looking squeezed?  If necessary the work-around might be just to 'hide' the 4K files so they're offline and work exclusively with proxies.  Not ideal but at least I'd get to an output I can live with.  Screen Shot 2020-07-16 at 7.35.17 PM.pngScreen Shot 2020-07-16 at 7.34.32 PM.png

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I have no idea if "hiding" will solve your issue, but worth a try.

My two cents:  1920 x 1080 is not a correct  proxy frame size to use for  4K DCI source.

The correct frame size for the proxy would be 2048 x 1080.

If you reframe and reposition with the incorrect proxies, when you export and Premiere switches to the source material, it is no wonder that position and scaling are off.

 

MtD

 

 

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I totally hear you going forward, but I'm just wondering it's suddenly doing it now... and my previous outputs were fine.  

 

Might be able to re-do proxies but it's still not clear why accessing the 4k footage is making it squished if the proxies are wrong....

 

Thanks again Meg!

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Clearly not my night.  Trying to re-constitute only using proxies - and now I'm getting danger stripes.  I took over troubleshooting and had to eye-match an output due to these odd anomolies - finding clips from nowhere - then danger stripes.  

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