Make sure you graphics card driver is up to date.
Change .mov extention to .mpg, see how that works.
I'm seeing the same thing here. Changing to MPEG doesn't help, changing to Software rendering doesn't help. The rainbow does show up in the export.
I have the latest driver. I've already tried to change extention. I see same colors artefacts on every video with water captured with Nikon. May be there is a some way to change internal h264 decoder to another one?
Hmmm...I wonder if we've stumbled upon another glitch in the CS6 H.264 engine.
I'd rather keep this sample for testing in upcoming CC.
CC has the same bug
I've also confirmed this issue in CS6 and CC, even at full resolution quality. (as Fuzzy mentions, it does not appear to occur in CS5.5 at full res, but does at 1/2 and lower). I have yet to find a workaround, but I will keep trying.
Konstantin, could you please file a report on this? https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform
Also, one question: you mentioed you are seing this with all footage with water. Do you see these artifactts with other footage without water or reflections?
Thank you, I've submitted form.
I've seen these artifacts in footage with fast movement that takes more than half of a frame and almost in all video with water.
Thank you for the updated information and report, Konstantin.
The same problem appears in Adobe Lightroom 4.4.
I reported it in Lightroom forum couple of months ago. See: http://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/lightroom_4_video_color_artifacts_wi t_sudden_movements
There were no replies - it seems to be related to Adobe H.264 codec issue with files generated by Nikon D5100 only.
To test this theory, I took a movie clip which experienced this problem and imported it to Proshow Producer. Without any manipulation, I published it in identical format as my import file format: H.264 1080p, 30 f/s. I imported this file to Premiere Pro and voila! the colour artifacts are gone and the clip is interpreted correctly!
So the workaround is:
- find a program (such as Proshow Producer I used) to digest the Nikon D5100 video clip
- save it back in the same H.264 format but as an output from this program
- import the new file to Premiere Pro
My conclusion: Adobe H.264 codec does not interpret H.265 files generated by Nikon D5100 correctly. It is Adobe bug.
None of the other programs I use or none of the video players I use have this problem.
I have two D5100s purchased at different times. During two camera shoots since my upgrade from CS4 to CS6, I have noticed that one camera has this color artifacting issue that only shows up in an editing suite and one does not. So, I checked the settings on the cameras and noticed the newer camera had a few default settings that I had not changed to match the older camera.
Check to make sure both Active D-Lighting and High ISO NR are turned off.
I bet both of these settings being on processes color differently which when played back on the camera looks fine but as mlawczycs suggested, this difference is not something accounted for in the h.264 codecs in CS6 and CC. That was the only difference between the two cameras. I have not tested out this theory but if I notice a difference I will repost.
With the Premiere Pro 7.1 update, this issue should be resolved when Playback Resolution is set to Full. You will still see the color artifacts if set to lower resolutions (eg: 1/2, 1/4), though.
I checked with my clips displaying this problem, and, as Trent posted, the issue has been solved for Playback Resolution set to Full.
Still there for 1/4 and 1/2, but this is less important.
When I exported my clips, colour artifacts were no longer there.
Thank you for addressing this issue.
Thank you for the confirmation with your files.