I have a stack of effects setup in order to create a wipe-on glow effect. I'm using Fast Color Corrector, Gausian Blur and Crop. When I playback the project in Premiere Pro CC, it plays back correctly (at least, the way I'd like it to look). However, Adobe Media Encoder is not encoding the Fast Color Corrector, which effectively makes my wipe-on look lame. Both Gaussian Blur and Crop seem to be working, here is the correct (Premiere) and incorrect (AME) screenshot. Notice the "OD" in the word "Good".
All effects and all video tracks are enabled. Anyone know anything about this and how I might force AME to take notice and render all of the effects?
By the way, I just tried "Export" instead of using Adobe Media Encoder. It works. Why doesn't it render correctly in AME?
My best guess is that AME isn't using GPU acceleration, which means things get rendered differently.
Either go Direct, or check Maximum Render Quality.