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Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 - unusable green video preview

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have not changed any of my Premiere and Shadowplay settings

Whenever i start a new project i just use generic settings, and its always been like this

However since a few days ago I have been getting this green screen problem

Took a screen recording to explain what i mean, please see the video below

 

Thanks

 


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It might be because the project/sequence is 30fps and your file is 60 fps, not sure if that might be the problem though, i suggest trying to resize the preview screens and check their source's too.

If there is nothing you can find and nobody here is able to throw in a suggestion I recommand re-installing it, If that doesn't fixed then it's probably a driver issue which might be fixed through an update pushed by adobe.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

It might be because the project/sequence is 30fps and your file is 60 fps, not sure if that might be the problem though, i suggest trying to resize the preview screens and check their source's too.

If there is nothing you can find and nobody here is able to throw in a suggestion I recommand re-installing it, If that doesn't fixed then it's probably a driver issue which might be fixed through an update pushed by adobe.

 

edit:

@plutomok follow your threads!

 

the project sequence settings havent been a problem before,

However i did try again with a 60fps sequence but still the problem exists

ALSO i have a feeling it could be the source file encoding issue, my nvidia driver did just update recently, maybe it might have been a bug in the new release.

 

I will try re-installing and then rolling back nvidia drivers, and check back 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

update1 

 

before i do any of the re-installation or driver rollbacks, it looks like only my nvidia shadowplay footage shows this green screen issue

any other video file i toss into premiere seems to show up correctly  


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Posted · Original PosterOP

update 2

 

rolled back nvidia video drivers

re-installed premier pro cs5.5

 

problem still exists :(


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It has nothing to do with project sequence settings.  I have never experienced this issue in Premiere Pro myself, however some online searches regarding the problem turned up people who claim they solved similar issues by checking:

 

1. Aspect ratio settings

2. Resolution settings

3. Changing the file extension from mp4 to mpg

4. Converting MP3 audio to wav format or other

5. missing codecs

 

As I have never had this problem before, I am not sure how to replicate it and give you a better solution.


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Would you be willing to send me a copy of your shadowplay recording, any small clip that has the same problem will do?  I can try to test if the same problem occurs on my computer as I have Premiere Pro CC 2015.  I tried it with a video I made using shadowplay on my PC but the problem didn't happen.


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So far the only way for me to get it is to use handbrake and recode the video which sucks, because it takes me about 3 hours to do a 1 hour video. It however has been working well doing it that way and i don't have any issues with the green screen.

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