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Laura Smith
Exporting subtitled video changes the brightness where there are subtitles
on Dec 29, 2013 at 9:33:59 pm

Hello,
I am exporting a large file out of FCP7 with Apple Pro Res 422 (HQ). There are subtitles. When I play it back in Quicktime, every time there is a subtitle, the whole image gets brighter, then the subtitle ends and the image gets darker. Does anyone know how to fix this?
I want the file to be 1920x1080 and uncompressed, I can try a different codec but do not want something that is going to compromise the quality at all, there are really subtle tonal gradations moving throughout. I tried H264 and it made them into bands of digital noise.
THANKS!


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Matt Lyon
Re: Exporting subtitled video changes the brightness where there are subtitles
on Jan 1, 2014 at 6:57:54 pm

I just encountered a similar issue. Try exporting using File>Export>Quicktime Movie..." then ENABLE "recompress all frames".

HTH,

Matt Lyon
Editor
Toronto


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Laura Smith
Re: Exporting subtitled video changes the brightness where there are subtitles
on Jan 3, 2014 at 7:40:36 pm

Thanks, I will try it, I have had better luck when I render everything before exporting and try to go File>export>Quicktime Movie Rather than Using Quicktime Conversion and choosing Apple Pro Res.
I will look for the Recompress all frames option.


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