- November 27, 2007 at 1:47 am
I have to solve this by 9:00 am Tuesday so I hope someone can help!
I have a 700×650 30 second uncompressed (animation codec) .mov rendered out of After Effects that need to be converted to .flv.
Problem is the flv Squeeze generates is dark and oversaturated (compared to the source .mov file). I’m not using any filters and the settings are:
2 pass VBR
Minimum Quality 100
Maximum Quality 100
VBR Variability 100
I’m still a novice at creating flvs so I’m sure that I’m doing something dumb. Thanks for ANY input.
- November 27, 2007 at 4:49 pm
As a quick fix, add a filter to drop the saturation, and then tweek the gamma, brightness and contrast to taste.
- November 28, 2007 at 12:54 pm
I’ll look again of course, but I don’t recall a Squeeze filter setting that controls chroma values, only color correction for Brightness, Contrast and Gamma
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