Hi community! I searched, but all instances I found of similar behavior were either on much older versions or else had unique circumstances...
I keep seeing odd behavior of my footage in the timeline. All of my clips begin in AE CS6, which I then export as the default AVI Uncompressed container/codec (no alpha). I am trying to assemble a rough edit video in Premiere CS6, but when I "Render entire work area" to see my preview playback smooth, the video changes to upside-down and black & white.
In addition, all .mov h.264 clips that I import (which were exported from AE CS6 on PC) are always this way; even before I render them. To be clear, all of these clips completely normal when played independently in VLC.
I am using Premiere CS6 along with AE CS6. Both are up to date. My system is a PC running Windows 7, Intel i7 2600k, ATI 6970 GPU, 16GB Ram...
Thanks for any insight!
The following is a screenshot of my Catalyst info:
In case you can't see it, I'm on version 12.8. I just recently accepted an update of it. However I had not used Premiere CS6 prior to doing so; so I have no idea if it worked properly on the previous version.
Additional Details that may help someone resolve:
- All of the clips were created from scratch in AE within 1080p 29.97, square pixel Compositions. All exports match original comp settings.
- I am using an empty (secondary) 60gb SSD as my scratch disk for both AE and Pr. I often have to manually empty the AE cache, since AE typically pops up a dialogue box when opening telling me that the cache location is out of space (This is also an issue that I need to properly configure).
I have since upgraded to Windows 8 and switched to an Nvidia GTX 670 for unrelated reasons. As far as I can tell I am not having this issue any more. My original project mentioned in my first post was tossed. When I try to recreate using the same H.264 .mov exported clips (which I still had around), I am not seeing the issue.
What video card are those of you plagued by this problem using?
I do not know if it will apply to this instance, but there is a similar thread: http://forums.adobe.com/message/5011820?tstart=270#5011820
Where the OP got resolution.