Which Operating system and what are your system specs?
Please attach a screenshot of those white horizontal lines.
Are you able to see those lines, if you open that video in a media player?
Thanks for responding, Kulpreet. I have the following:
Dell T5500 Workstation
Windows 7 Professional w/Service Pack 1
64-bit Operating System
NVIDIA Quadro Pro K4000
48.0 BG RAM
3 TB Hard Drive (30% Used)
Rendered in After Effects
Are you able to see those lines, if you open that video in a media player? YES
The white lines begin 4 minutes into the video and last 29 frames, then quit. As I said earlier, the avi file was fine and I encoded a number of sequences with no problem. Then, the lines began appearing for no apparent reason.
I send it to the Render Queue and encode using the (AVI) default setting.
is there a particular reason you are using this unpopular and inferior codec? it will create a file at enormous sizes. it is the default codec on windows and that's too bad. on Mac system Quicktime Animation is the default and I would recommend you start by using that.
5 seconds of Avi at HD1080 resolution would take approximately 1 Gg of space. the same would take with Qt Animation (one of the fastest and non compressed codecs there is) half that size. that's a very big difference if the render times would be the same with no apparent quality loss. so I would try rendering with this and see if the results are better.