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Brent Dunn
Green pixelization on timeline footage CS5.5 Mac
on Jan 30, 2012 at 8:29:04 pm

I have a Mac, version 10.6 something...I haven't upgraded it in 2 years.

I have CS5.5 Encore. My footage was edited in Final Cut, exported as a standalone clips and imported into Encore to create the timelines, menu, etc.

My footage is fine, but on one clip it pixelates into green messy pixels, breaking up the video.

Has anyone else run into this or have an answer?

Brent Dunn
Owner / Director / Editor
DunnRight Films
DunnRight Video.com
Video Marketing Toolbox.net

Sony EX-1,
Canon 5D Mark II
Canon 7D
Mac Pro Tower, Quad Core,
with Final Cut Studio

HP i7 Quad laptop
Adobe CS-5 Production Suite





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Daniel Ludwig
Re: Green pixelization on timeline footage CS5.5 Mac
on Jan 31, 2012 at 4:50:03 pm

Brent,
as I´ve seen your profil - I could see you are using DSLR-cams.

could you please explain your workflow how you import/edit and export your video out of FCP.

as I´m a long-time FCP-user I know that the use of H264-material within FCP would cause that green-picture-problem in a lot of cases.

H264 is an distribution-codec, not an editing-codec.

so the best way to go is to transcode/export your video to PRO RES or PRO RES HQ prior editing or use with encore.

the other imporant thing is better to encode your assets prior you use them within encore.

encore is a big, big mess - really not compareable with DVD SP - and not that much capable as well, but DVD SP could not handle blu-ray, as we all know.

if you just need to create DVD you should better go the DVD SP-way.

cheers

danny


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