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No idea. have not yet updated and tried, but sounds more an issue with the ProRes compression screwing up values. Since it's wavelet based, the incorrect compression would level out with every additional frame and more samples being added. Should not happen, though.
qt & gama shift issues are an older story. still not fixed.
try this http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?f=10&t=643310
or experiment with the gamma interpretation (checkbox) in quicktime pro settings.
I AM having the same issues... first 8 frames show up as they do in Final Cut... after that, they are much darker... and the "gamma interp" fix does not appear to fix this problem.
If it were a constant on ALL frames, I could fix it, but again, it is always the first 8 frames. Even rendering OUT to individual frames does not solve the problem. The only workaround I have at the moment is to render out on my windows workstation.
This is a pain in the arse... I'd bake cookies for a real fix...
PS-Also using QT 7.5 & AE 8.0.3 & 10.5...
I had this problem with a version of Quicktime before 7.5, but the 7.5 public release works fine.
I also got rid of all 3rd party DivX, Xivd, and Perian codecs which may or may not be releated.