I dont know about Color Finesse but I do know that AME does not work with some plugins (and FX) when exporting to some CODEC /Formats
Instant HD to wmv. / mpeg - (Works fine exporting to avi or mov)
Corner Pin FX to wmv / mpeg - (Works fine exporting to avi or mov)
I workaround it by exporting to avi or mov as intermediates then encode everything else from this.
Since I am bit new with CS4 (used ti use Cs3) , is there any other way to render my footage without using the Media Enoder?
With CS3 , I remember that I had a choice to Export movie or send to Adobe Encoder.
No . You have no choice. This is the way it is done and it is usually fine except for these anomallys (sp).(glitches)
I have an idea, but need to look at something first. Using Explorer, can you go into C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Premiere Pro\4.0 and attach the two files called "Plugin Loading.log" and "Headless Plugin Loading.log" to a reply here? If I find what I'm looking for, I'll offer a solution--though I'll warn you it's not necessarily for the faint-of-heart!
Make sure you have the latest, 2.1.12, version of Color Finesse installed. Some earlier versions had issues with running under Media Encoder, specifically the plug-in would not be applied.
Premiere and AME are supposed to insulate plug-ins like Color Finesse from the details of the codecs in use, so as far as I know AVCHD is not an issue.
yes the problem was with the update issue , I installed the update, now is fine
Thanks Bob, Colin , Shooternz and...
I didn't like working with AVCHD
Is there any way I could convert my videos to a different format of HD video , without losing any quality and being able to work without any problems !