Sorry this might be a little off topic for this forum, but I'm on a Windows 7 SP1 PC and have just installed CS6. I use Microsoft Expressions Encoder to make all my .wmv files and it's always worked fine, but after the CS 6 install when I try to load a Quicktime(uncompressed, h.264, dnxhd, etc.) into Expression Encoder the file has a green tint to it like it's missing the red/blue channels of the file(see attached image. Also if I try to use Adobe Media encoder with a quicktime to create a .wmv I don't have any encode settings available to. Is there some issue with the Windows Me)dia codec and Adobe CS 6 right now? I can't find any threads on it, but is a huge issue for me as many clients require me to make .wmv. Any clues to what conflict might be going on here? I'm running Windows Media Player 12 and Expressions 4.0.4 free version.