HELP! I cant find a real answer to this problem ive been having. Usually when I use the roto brush, for some reason the frames in my composition start jumping out of order. And sometimes it will affect even the actual source footage and cause that to remain permanently glitched. I tried deleting the rotobrush layer and reloading AE and sometimes that would work for a bit. But now its glitching frames from compositions without a roto layer at all. Ive also tried to purge all, and empty the cache. And even a complee re-install. Am I alone?
You may have discovered a bug I thought AE 10 solved.
Would this footage be XDCam, HDV, or DSLR? Do you have time to run a test?
Convert a problematic clip to Quicktime's Animation or PNG codecs, and try Rotobrush on it again. If it works, there's a problem, and Adobe needs to know about it.
OH... don't use AE for the conversion; use Adobe Media Encoder or Quicktime Pro or something like that.
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