3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 26, 2017 5:50 PM by Clementine Productions

    Why does After Effects CC do this?

    Clementine Productions

      I don't know why, but every time I export a video from premiere pro to import into after effects to add some final touches, rendering the video so I can watch what I did in after effects (pressing enter render, not the final export render) always, without fail, creates at least 1 (sometimes more) of these random crazy blue frames.  Does anyone know why this would be or how to solve it?  The video in premiere doesn't have it; the export from premiere doesn't have it; and typically, even the video once imported doesn't have it until I've rendered to watch it a couple of times.  The random frames are also then introduced into the final export.  The only way I've found to get rid of them is to find the exact frame I need in premiere, screenshot it, and then insert it in the correct spot, but that's super obnoxious to have to do every single time I want to edit a video in after effects.

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