AP CS4 Problem

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AP CS4 Problem

Postby Devil^Shin » Fri Jul 16, 2010 3:18 pm

Here's the problem - when i put some fx and fade/crossfade in video, premiere show them in preview window, but when export video there is no fx on it. I try couple different codex and formats, but still no fx and fade are show when video is exported, its like i never put them there. CS4 is original, not some shity patched dl version. I and my supervisor have no idea what to do next. Did some of you encounter same problem with CS4 and did someone know how to fix this problem.
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Re: AP CS4 Problem

Postby mirkosp » Fri Jul 16, 2010 5:02 pm

As dumb as it might sound, I've found nesting clips in sequences and/or placing black solids under them to fix issues I had related to the alpha channel (thus fades too). As for the other effects I'm actually clueless though, not sure this could solve them too.
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Re: AP CS4 Problem

Postby Devil^Shin » Sat Jul 17, 2010 4:23 am

10x for answer mirko that really help me with fades. About fx, somehow Boris Continuum Complete 6.4 fuck all premiere effects i dont know why, i removed BCC and have no problem with export. I try to downgrade BCC to some old version to see what will happen.
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Re: AP CS4 Problem

Postby post-it » Sat Jul 17, 2010 1:47 pm

.. does your version require DX Meda? System 7 and Vista do not come with it!

DirectX 11 is the newest Monster and it has built-in FX support. 8-)
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Re: AP CS4 Problem

Postby Devil^Shin » Sun Jul 18, 2010 11:17 am

post-it wrote:.. does your version require DX Meda? System 7 and Vista do not come with it!

DirectX 11 is the newest Monster and it has built-in FX support. 8-)
10x i'll try instalig dx11 and see what will happen with BCC
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Re: AP CS4 Problem

Postby chui101 » Tue Jul 20, 2010 3:12 am

I ran into this issue with CS5, the issue was with the alpha channel. I fixed it by exporting as 24-bit (RGB) instead of 32-bit (RGBA) uncompressed.
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Re: AP CS4 Problem

Postby Devil^Shin » Wed Jul 21, 2010 6:37 am

chui101 wrote:I ran into this issue with CS5, the issue was with the alpha channel. I fixed it by exporting as 24-bit (RGB) instead of 32-bit (RGBA) uncompressed.
lol that really help me 10x very much.
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Re: AP CS4 Problem

Postby post-it » Wed Jul 21, 2010 2:06 pm

an Alpha-Channel Error without DirectX? did system 7 drop the DirectX system and replace it
with something else??? .. now I'm confused!
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