I just re-imported the photoshop image and the layer colors are purple and not blue (sorry, true novice here). Now it exports just fine, but I want to know what might've happened if anyone has any idea!
Are you exporting using the Render Queue or using Adobe Media Encoder?
- If using the Render Queue, what Render Setting are you using and what Output Module settings are you using?
- if using Adobe Media Encoder, what Format and Preset are you using?
What are the Image settings of your Photoshop document? For example, is it RGB color mode at 8 bits/channel or is it CMKY color mode at 8 bits/channel? Or is it RGB or CMYK at 16 bits/channel?
Going with RGB at 8 bpc or 16 bpc is more likely to yield expected results in AE than going with CMYK.
Is there a Color Profile assigned to the document? For example, is it set to "Don't manage" or "sRGB" or "Rec.709"?
What is the Working Space Color Settings set to in the After Effects project? For example, is it set to "None" or "SRGB" or "Rec.709"?
Ideally, these should match.
Oh... just saw that you indicated that your files are RGB color mode. So, RBG/CMYK isn't a possible issue.
How goes it, K? Did you solve your issue? Let us know.
Thanks for the two replies!
Exporting as a TIFF sequence or Quicktime (I was trying both) in the Render Queue. I managed to resolve the problem by re-Importing the images. The only clue I have so far is that when I first imported the images in they showed up as 1 Frame, blue (instead of purple), and I had to time-stretch them to extend their timelines (never a good sign). I think perhaps I imported them initially as Footage which somehow retained their composition-retain layer sizes. Though I am not sure why importing the files as Footage would have given me this error.
Kind thanks for taking a look at this query!