Movie giving green pixels to Right

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joysprod
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Movie giving green pixels to Right

Post by joysprod » 09 Oct 2013, 19:26

I have found a problem with the movie nodes where a thin green line is visible to the right if I use the 2d Mapping to move the texture in X. If I have the UVW set to wrapping, I cant get an invisible tile as this green line is very visible. The video was exported out of After Effects.

I have enclosed one frame of the movie file so you can test it as well as a screen grab.

regards

peter
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joysprod
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Re: Movie giving green pixels to Right

Post by joysprod » 09 Oct 2013, 19:55

Forgot to say. This is not as pronounced in V3. Its a slight black line, not green!

My work around for anyone experiencing same is to use a render target and zoom slightly in X. Then take the output and map onto required polygon.

Peter

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Daniel Willer
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Re: Movie giving green pixels to Right

Post by Daniel Willer » 10 Oct 2013, 09:09

It seems to be a probleme in the movieclip if I open the clip in Quicktime there is also a green line.
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Karol
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Re: Movie giving green pixels to Right

Post by Karol » 10 Oct 2013, 09:44

In Windows Media Player as well!
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Dierk Ohlerich
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Re: Movie giving green pixels to Right

Post by Dierk Ohlerich » 10 Oct 2013, 10:14

We have tried Quicktime, Windows Media Player and ffplay, and they show the same result, so this problem is not specific to Ventuz.

The video has a width of 1906 pixel, and is encoded with h264. H264 usually uses a block size of 8x8, so I suggest you try re-encoding the video with a width dividable by 8, like 1920 or 1912 pixel.
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