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My first question is what are you using to monitor colors? Ideally it should be a properly calibrated external NTSC monitor when working on the project, and a properly calibrated NTSC monitor connected to your DVD player after export. (Or PAL/ATSC as the case may be.)
Computer monitors generally make a poor choice for CC type work.
Well, In short. Yes, I'm using a standard computer monitor to view the output.
I'm not sure what that has to do with it thought, given the fact that this problem has never happened before. And this isn't the first movie I've exported from Premiere.
Also, I view movies of all different formats on this same monitor and they look fine.
I can export from After Effects just fine with no problems.
Come to think of it though, I did get the same red tint exporting from after effects when I used the DV/DVCPRO compression set at medium.
Only to use proper displays. It may be something is wrong in what you're doing that can be fixed, but it's also quite possible there's nothing at all wrong with the final video, only your display's presentation of it.
The problem is that without properly calibrated displays, there's no reference to know for sure where the error lies.