6 Replies Latest reply on Apr 18, 2009 3:49 AM by Karel Bata

    Washed out Quicktime when export

    jimmy@access.se
      Hi! I get a very different result when export to quicktime movie. I have tried both MjpgB and H.264 and they both get too bright/washed out. I have tried this trick, but that only compensate a little:

      "Using mp4 or h.264 when compressing through QuickTime can make the final video look washed out. This is a common problem that seemed to have no solution until now. The gamma shift can actually be fixed inside QuickTime Pro without re-compressing your video by simply changing a few settings.

      SOLUTION: After rendering into a QuickTime/h.264 file, open it up in QuickTime and select Show Movie Properties. Highlight the video track then click on the Visual Settings tab. Towards the bottom left you should see Transparency with a drop-down box next to it. Select Blend from the menu then move the Transparency Level slider to 100%. Choose Straight Alpha from the same drop-down and close the properties window and finally Save.

      Any ideas?

      Regards / Jimmy