3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 20, 2009 10:05 PM by the_wine_snob

    Exporting Flash Issues

    CVEFilms213

      We are long time Premiere users (7 + years now) and have had lots of stability with CS3 over the past two years.  This past week we upgraded to CS4 and now have an issue with exporting our flash files for web playback.

       

      The color black in our flash exports used to match our website black so the resulting video online blended well and looked seemless on our website. However, the export now has the black faded and it does not blend at all online when the video presents a black screen.  Any ideas on how to correct this?  It looks good in our output preview but no good when completed.  The resulting export with CS4 vs. CS3 is noticeably different. CS3 had a nice clear and crsip video while CS4 looks a little faded and the color doesn't look as good.  Anyone know if this is a known issue?

       

      We have a safe harbor built tsunami computer and we also use the Matrox acceleration.  All of our Matrox software is updated for CS4.1 and is working properly.  The issue here is exporting a clean video.  ANYONE know if this new 4.2 update will address these issues?

       

      Our computer has the following specs:

                      
      1 ASUN5450004 P5E3 Deluxe/WiFi-AP@n Motherboard      

      1 INTN5600065 Intel® Q6700 Core 2 Quad 2.66GHz   
      2 ALLN5180049 DDR3 1333 2GB Memory                  
      1 DIAN5300003 Radeon HD3870 512MB PCIe            
      1 STCN5460001 3-Port PCIe FireWire Card           
      1 CLAN5110005 Sound Blaster Audigy SE             
      1 PION5410023 Pioneer BDR-202 Blu-Ray DVD Burner 
      1 PION5410024 Pioneer BDC-202 Combo Drive 
      1 SEAN5160011 500GB Barracuda 7200.10 SATA 3Gb/s   
      2 SEAN5160012 750GB Barracuda 7200.11 SATA 3Gb/s  
      1 MSOI0900013 Windows XP Professional         
      1 MTXN5010064 RT.X2 w/ Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 now updated to CS4 and Matrox updated too.

       

      Thanks for the help.  

       

      Regards,

         Michael