ave several comps… each is an MP3 audio linked to an MP4 video… 1st 2 I keyed no issues… this one has drummer in blue jeans and a blue shirt… key settings…screen gain..105, balance …50, clip black 10, clip white..55, screen shrink … -1, chatter on…
When use Standard spill suppression, green spill is gone, intermediate show correct color of blues, everything looks great…when switch to Final.. all blues change to green
When use Ultra spill, colors are correct, but get no spill suppression… haven’t changed any default Ultra setting, when use Ultra dropper on a green area… nothing happens
transparency is on behind subject… export quicktime, res4444 with AE, .mov is green, not original blue
Intermediate looks perfect, final result, not so, black drum attachments are blurry also
Original screen, screen matte, Interm results chatter. Interm results spill supp, Final results chatter, Final results spill supp
Thanks for response… not sure what you mean “precomp”…
The other thing that is unusual, if I change the green spill key from “standard” to “ultra”, then it clears out spill and doesn’t effect color from intermediate to final….
I have exported a keyed clip with alpha channels in various formats using the standard spill and noting the color changes as shown, and the results show that the colors are exported with the original colors altered.
what I meant was pre-compose the keyed footage (keylight set to matte, so you see a black and white image) then use that pre-comp as a matte over the original clip. Also when using just keylight, I think its best to use ‘intermediate’ (then use spill suppressor and key cleaner), as ‘final’ uses its own spill suppression features which may be whats altering your colours