Did you use the Roto Brush to do your rotoscoping? If so, did you freeze the Roto Brush when you were done tweaking it?
If you did freeze it or if you didn't use the Roto Brush, we will need the standard set of information.
I used the one on the toolbar at the top. Clicked it, and started brushing my video. I did not freeze it. Could you go into this further? I'm not sure how to freeze it.
System: i7, Nvidia 970, 16gb
Outputting using 'best settings' and 'lossless'.
If you know how to use Rotobrush, my guess is the source footage itself. If you had to roto, that means it's a video file, That video file could be in a highly compressed codec. As I just read, it IS highly-compressed -- H.264. Ugh.
Despite all of Adobe's protestations to the contrary, I do not trust highly-compressed footage in AE. I recommend giving yourself the best chance at success in AE by transcoding your footage to something that is NOT highly-compressed. I go with Quicktime movies in JPEG 2000, PNG, Animation, or Photo JPEG codecs.
Fixed it! I had to freeze it. I just found the setting now. The output is now perfect. Thank you!
As you can tell, i'm still new to this. Do you mind explaining the benefit? I'm gonna give it a further look now.
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The Roto Brush is not as intuitive as it looks, check out the resources on this page; it's a pretty good resource.