I adjust levels to the image...the whole clip of that image...no keyframes
Which effect are you using?
Do you have MPE enabled?
effect was levels
mpe enabled ( was sorta enabled by default when programs were installed ).
is weird , eh?
only using one monitor now...
Is 'Levels' the only effect that exhibits this behavior?
Does it still happen if you disable MPE?
I dont know
I haven't used other effects yet cause I haven't had to do other stuff yet.. I haven't used other effects yet or tried disabling mpe. It's just pictures from psd layers...not mov clip... so thought maybe someone else mighta experienced this ... you use cs6 and have layered psd stuff with effect 'levels' applied , and dont see the effect "levels" doing this on program monitor ?? Never heard of someone having this ?
No big deal...as I can see what gets exported when I play it or scrub.. it's just when the CTI is stationary on the pic that it looks flat and light compared to the applied level adjustment...
I hooked up the 2nd monitor for first time today with pig....and got into that stuff..( workspace custom ) and then got into the problem more ...and sorta discovered that its maybe a combination of things... got better the more I played with settings for the monitor ( program monitor ) and played with renders with and without cuda. The playing around with renders didn't have anything to do with it.. in fact got wankier ... uglier...software only etc...better off with default with cuda.
Maybe the size of the source pics and also the settings on program monitor...has influence.. at any rate it looks better ( less difference between static CTI and playing or scrubbing ).
I can live with it.. and will compare what I see on computer with what I get on dvd and bd...later on..
at any rate.. things are better with the adjustments I made with monitor and I'll pay more attention to the source file 'sizes' in byte count ( dimensions ) from now on...