I saw this in some footage when developing the x264pro exporter.
It's footage that isn't honoring the 16-235 range.
You can fix it with an Fx by clamping the values or use another codec that catches this overshoot and fixes it before encode.
Ahh.. eye sea.
I am using the three-way CC. Its a goto for me. Would the Boris Continum Complete (BCC) filters do the same?
so its not from me cutting off +100s and -0 with a broadcast safe filter?
So I exported out of Premier using ProRes422 and got the picture you see below. This is after i upgraded the graphics card from an ATI x1900 to an ATI 5770. Notice the white line where the word ' designer' is. Notice it disappearing into the black and then seemingly changing its composite mode on the other side of the subject.
The list of export formats is a bit shorter because this is from CS5 or earlier, before OP1a was added. And before we alphabetized the list.
As for the encoding issue with the lower third, we'd need to see the sequence. A screenshot of the timeline might help, but a copy of the project is really what's needed to dig into this.
I have seen other post with this issue. static in crushed blacks on export. One post refered to it as 'clipping'.
Source is .mov from the gh3 shot at 1080p24 -50mbps. It does have avchd compression but that not the problem.
This SEQ has exsisted for a month and has been exported more than nearly 20x in different QT Formats. The only reson i do not use other formats is because i have always edited on mac. So ither than mpeg2 i wouldn't really know what other folks use. There was no reason.
I do not think that this is a GFX card issue or a codec issue. but the color spaces of a different format is plausable to me.
2 broadcast versions 1 broadcast @ -20db and the other cable broadcast @-12db bot would be 1080p29.97.
Desired file out put for braodcast is mp4 and the cable company takes prores422.
The mp4 will be on the web also.