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Pixel Adjustments at beginning of clips noticeable after exporting

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Importing H.265(DLog-M)from DJI Mavic 2 Pro.  Everything looks great in timeline but when I export, a few of the higher detailed clips are blurred until they adjust the pixels.  Is there a best setting for exporting?  I've tried Match Source, 2nd try I added a max depth, still no improvement.

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Export is done with the original footage.
Turn off frameblending which is only usefull when exporting to different framerate.

If that does not work

Turn off hardware encoding and try again.

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Pixel Adjustments at beginning of clips noticeable after exporting

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Importing H.265(DLog-M)from DJI Mavic 2 Pro.  Everything looks great in timeline but when I export, a few of the higher detailed clips are blurred until they adjust the pixels.  Is there a best setting for exporting?  I've tried Match Source, 2nd try I added a max depth, still no improvement.

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Correct answer by Ann Bens | Adobe Community Professional

Export is done with the original footage.
Turn off frameblending which is only usefull when exporting to different framerate.

If that does not work

Turn off hardware encoding and try again.

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Please post a screen shot or you Export Settings Summary on the Export Settings pane, like this example below:

ME Export settings.png

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Export Problem Clip 1.jpg

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I am using much smaller proxy files for editing.

 

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Export Problem Clip 2.jpgExport Problem Clip 3.jpg

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Export is done with the original footage.
Turn off frameblending which is only usefull when exporting to different framerate.

If that does not work

Turn off hardware encoding and try again.

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Switching from Hardware encoding to Software encoding opened up a few more options to tweak it to a decent resolution for web, thanks!

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Is using Optical Flow the best choice in the Time Interpolation?

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Hey TommeckStudio. I had issues with random pixelation on export. The Adobe techs advised there was a memory issue on my PC. I downloaded MemTest86 & sure enough one of my 2 sticks was faulty. It's pretty rare to have RAM sticks faulty but if you don't find any software solutions you may want to test your RAM.

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It could be, the switch from Hardware to Software was effective.  Regarding your info, should I be importing files into my CPU vs. pulling it in from an external drive to work it in Premier?   

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