2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 25, 2013 8:33 PM by Netcommercial

    color issues with video

    Netcommercial Level 1

      Hi All,

      Thanks for looking in.

       

      I have a little web series I am doing and when it is exported it looks good. (Color) When uploaded to Youtube looks good. When previewing it through my channel looks good. When going to full screen view, the color gets wacky... Oranges are really orange, almost an overbleed, some of the graphics become pixilated.

       

      I am exporting this file as a 720 h264.mov  Mixed down from 1080 29.fps shot in 60p All looks good as mentioned, but even some of the P.S Graphics are getting blown out. Which are created in 1080 and then shrunk down to a 320 size. All done in P.S such as Text, Gradient.  Other videos I watch on the same computer do not have the issues mine does..Leads me to believe my HD monitor on my Toshiba Laptop is not doing the change, it has to do with my video.

       

      The screen that it is being full-screened on is my laptop 20 or 21" monitor.  Toshiba Sattelite HD BTW

       

      Any suggestions on what I should be looking at? Is this overcome with exporting it as a 1080? Or is this where Speed Grade plays a role? Thanks for pointing me in the right direction on this.  It's like a color correction issue only when full screened.

      Thanks again,

      NC

        • 1. Re: color issues with video
          shooternz Level 6

          Which are created in 1080 and then shrunk down to a 320 size.

           

          Why?

          • 2. Re: color issues with video
            Netcommercial Level 1

            320 to fit into a virtual monitor in my fake news studio. A quality 1080 file then shrunk down in PP when installing it on a virtual monitor within a virtual set.  Leaving with a size of about 320 down from the original of 1080.

            To elaborate on the set. The whole set is getting blow out in Full Screen. Yet looks great at regular view. Looked good on my Dell monitor during editing. Looked good on my Dell monitor when previewing .mov file after export. Previewing in FullScreen. BTW. Only gets blown out via Youtube after upload and then using the FullScreen mode from there.