I am trying to create stop motion animation in After Effects CS6. I batch processed all of my photos in Photoshop and I am using RGB color space. One frame in my stop motion is altered when I import the jpeg sequence into After Effects. This frame appears to be an inch or two higher than all other images in my compositon panel and a white band is now at the bottom. It appears as if the entire picture is shifted upwards.
I reimported everything and the problem persists. This frame appears to be the correct dimensions, etc after it has been batch processed and before I import into After Effects.
Please assist! I appreciate any suggestions you may have to offer.
have you checked whether the frame shows up in otehr image viewers without a hitch? The internal data streams could be damaged. Otehrwise the usual metadata or color profile issues could be at play here, so check that as well.
The frame shows up in its entirety in other image viewers. Do you have any further suggestions regarding what to specifically look for in metadata or color profile issues? The workspace is RGB and I am not sure what else to check for....
Thank you for all of your help!
Try opening it and re-saving it in Photoshop.