Rows or columns? Your sample shows columns. This could be explained if the comp is rectangular pixels. More detail about the project would help trace the problem.
thanks for writing !
This problem is deriving from sub-pixel positioning. Meaning that if i.e. the anchor point is set to any value which is not a full pixel,
i.e. "960.3" - the outer rims of the image are looking that way.
Is there any way, aside from sticking to whole pixel-values, to remedy this issue!
I am motion-tracking the footage and sticking to whole-pixel-positioning wont yield a perfect result.
After motion-tracking and then stabilization I am, of course, winding up with cut edges and since I dont wanna scale the footage, I dup. the current footage
and move the dup. back or 4wards in time by one or two frames to cover the gaps. That is where this edge becomes really annoying !
Footage = 19208x1080(p), 29.97, H264 Canon5DMKII converted to a TIFF Sequence.
Pixels are set to Square which is the way they came off the H264 Footage!
The project is set accordingly.
Perhaps I was unclear pertaining to rows:columns;
Basically, what is happening is that the outer rim pixel on all four edges is half opaque.
I am including a screenshot of the upper left corner.
Thanks for any help !
THe problem is 100% Sub-Pixeling !
My mistake for NOT reading the F++++ Manual