I am using v10.5 5508, using the default xpv2 codec settings (same as your screenshot). Exporting from 1080p59.94 to 1080p59.94. AE Composition is also 1080p59.94.Here is a link with:
- XPV2 AVI with default codec settings- QuickTime MOV animation- GoPro Cineform MOV
All of these were directly exported from AE via Render Queue.
No bands, no pixelation on QuickTime MOV animation:
Same case with GP Cineform MOV:Horizontal bands, pixelation, slight desaturation on XPV2 AVI at default codec settings:
Note : Recently uploaded media files are still processing:
As I was running into issues with direct AE export to XPV2 AVI, I exported MOV (GoProCineform) and then used XPN Video Coder to convert to XPV2 AVI.
Here's one more I noticed:
8 Bit Depth produced blocky regions where solid color should be, as well as pixel grain around areas of text animation:Whereas 10 Bit Depth produces a much cleaner render:
as such-should I always be using 10 bit depth whenever converting videos using Video Coder? The loss in quality is rather significant at 8 bit depth for just a solid color and text animation.If any of the files are still processing, they should still be able to be downloaded for proper viewing. Thanks!
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