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Strange bars at the end of clip after rendering

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bars_at_end_of_clip.PNGHello. Once after I render these two clips, there appears at the end of the first one those stripey looking columns. Does anyone know why they appear or what they mean? I believe this only started happening after I set my sequence settings to be maximum render quality.

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Strange bars at the end of clip after rendering

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bars_at_end_of_clip.PNGHello. Once after I render these two clips, there appears at the end of the first one those stripey looking columns. Does anyone know why they appear or what they mean? I believe this only started happening after I set my sequence settings to be maximum render quality.

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In case that link confuses you it simply means that after rendering your clip ended up shorter than the original media by a couple of frames. This is most likely framerate related OR you rendered the clip externally to Premiere at a different frame rate then relinked the file to the rendered version. Canalso happen with variable frame rate clips say from a mobile phone. It's usually not serious and you just have to trim the offline media from the end of the clip.

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