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Jonny Webbweirdest problem ever? clip cropped and moved by AME
by on Jun 19, 2015 at 11:37:48 am

The original video is a recording from google earth, zooming in to various places - all done in one smooth movement.

Original file: avi, 60fps, 1024 x 576, PARatio=1, progressive, 30seconds long
sequence: from file (double checked, and same settings)
clip 1: 2-4s
clip 2: 8-10s
clip 3: 15-22seconds
These clips were marked (in and out) and then inserted onto the timeline.
Everything previews just fine. (tried with and without mercury/cuda)

Output - h.264, high bitrate, match source.

clip 2 is messed up!
image cutting the original horizontally, and keeping the bottom half. Now cut vertically in thirds (yes thirds!) and keeping the right-most third.
Now place this (sixth?) into the top left corner.
Thats what i see.

clips 1 and 3 are fine.

what have I done? why cant I fix it? please anyone?


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Paul NeumannRe: weirdest problem ever? clip cropped and moved by AME
by on Jun 19, 2015 at 1:22:34 pm

Try nesting those clips either together or individually.


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Jonny WebbRe: weirdest problem ever? clip cropped and moved by AME
by on Jun 19, 2015 at 3:27:13 pm
Last Edited By Jonny Webb on Jun 19, 2015 at 3:46:18 pm

Thanks for the reply. I have tried nesting clip(s), but the same mysterious behaviour occurs.
Also, tried exporting straight from PP (not using AME) and PP just crashes with a very useful "AME: Unknown Error"
Also, recreated project, and sequences (once with the same settings, then again with different settings/methods/workflow). still the same weirdness.
Also tried not using Mercury/cuda. still same results.

update: even though just a few seconds are cropped and moved, the rest of the video has messed up sound from that point on.


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Andrew KimeryRe: weirdest problem ever? clip cropped and moved by AME
by on Jun 19, 2015 at 7:19:36 pm

Have you tried transcoding the original clip and then re-cutting it in by hand?

Last night I kept trying to export a timeline from PPro (using both PPro and AME) and it kept failing. Eventually I figured out the problem was a stock footage clip from VideoBlocks. It looked and played okay but something about the clip was problematic. I used MPEG Streamclip to convert the stock footage clip into ProRes, edited the ProRes version into my timeline and all was good from that point out. I've downloaded dozens of stock clips from VideoBlocks and never had a problem so this was just a random occurrence.


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