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After Effects plugins rendering bug 9 years, 3 months ago #3153

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After Effects plugins don't render correctly when using a progressive output format. Rendering to an interlaced format functions without problems.

Re: After Effects plugins rendering bug 9 years, 3 months ago #3182

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Hi, Thank you. This has been forwarded to development.

Re: After Effects plugins rendering bug 9 years, 1 month ago #6581

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Thx for the information. I try to use 1080i but it dont work...
The i is for interlaced, right?
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Re: After Effects plugins rendering bug 9 years, 1 month ago #6582

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sanny1981 wrote:
The i is for interlaced, right?

Yes, it is. 'p' is for progressive...
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Re: After Effects plugins rendering bug 9 years, 1 month ago #6606

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ok - i readed something in wikis about it.
But what am i doing wrong?
My workflow:
-I create a 5min black video sequence and add it to my fresh timeline.
-Then i import some highres pics
-Mark and park my timeline to about 30 sec. and put a view in it (alt+V)
-click on effects and pic a blend (LW native) and a panzoomspin (aex)

Now - if i right click on my clip and say render, LW just renders the native effects.
- if i drag and drop the export button (without rendering the clip) on my record editor and
use QT 1080i 30fps -> LW export just withe frames.

Can somebody explain me how the right workflow is?
Do i have to render my effects first? and how?

thanxs for any Help!
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Re: After Effects plugins rendering bug 9 years, 1 month ago #6607

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Hi sanny1981, Please can you export an archive of your edit and upload it for us? To do this, drag and drop the export tool over the edit, select Lightworks under Format, select Picture and click Start. Once exported, please upload it by clicking the Support button at the top of this page and select Upload.

Re: After Effects plugins rendering bug 9 years, 1 month ago #6613

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Thank you for your help, i can not upload this media because its highly confidential. I work for a well known yacht design office. Our renders and costom projects are Top Secret

I found now a way to export and render these aex plugins.

I just set my
"Full SD Frames" to Yes
"Display optimisation" to Fields
and
"FX update interval" to Fields too.

Now i am able to right click on each sequence and render the effects.
After that i am able to export them as images (HD)
That´s it!

thank to all!
bye
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Re: After Effects plugins rendering bug 9 years, 1 month ago #6647

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Ok it worked but...
the quality of the export is really poor! Looking like a web video scaled up to Full HD.

I am trying to fix this too. If i found out how i will post it here.
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