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The GPU typically causes this. Please go to Intel's website and install the latest GPU driver. Here's the link:
Let us know if this does not resolve the issue.
I am having a similar issue. I took the video on my iPhone though, uploaded the footage directly into Adobe Rush Mobile. It looks fine in AR when I am edited it and playing th video but when I export the file the finished version looks like I have a filter on and it totally changes the color. Why? Please help!! It looks terrible and there is no filter. I attached the side by side comparison for reference.
That certainly won't help me with this footage. Are you suggesting that footage in HDR(which is automatically turned on in the iphone) will be automatically distorted by Adobe? Rush cannot handle working with HDR footage without changing the color scheme dramatically? Surely there has to be a work around. I can manually try to turn it off in future videos but you have to do that each time you use your camera. Seems like something that should have come up in the past for other users. Any other ideas since I can't change that footage?
Hi @Brenton Lammers,
Right. HDR is not supported for Rush. It works fine in Premiere Pro, though. Sorry about that. You can move your project there after rough cutting. If you do not have access to Premiere Pro, you can try some of the color effects or create a custom color effect in Rush. That can work. Personally, I leave HDR disabled as it is overkill for standard video editing. Not even high end pros use HDR yet. I avoid it. Let me know if you need help to work around this issue.