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Black background exported as dark green. 28 Dec 2018 03:15 #98331

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Hi guys, I'm struggling with one specific export issue. Doesn't matter if I have in timeline empty space, letterbox or black image. Everything is exported in dark green colour instead of 100% black. Is here anyone who can help me? Please check attached file.
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Black background exported as dark green. 28 Dec 2018 04:29 #98332

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Tavi wrote: … Please check attached file.


Welcome, Jan, to fcp.co :)

sorry to say but your attached screenshot shows a near perfect black:



have you checked/calibrate the display…?
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Black background exported as dark green. 28 Dec 2018 05:42 #98335

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Well, I agree that the black portion is very close to pure black, but the top third of the image shows some murky clouds in it, especially on the right side. This looks like a composite of one image over a background, or maybe an opacity /blend mode setting. It certainly doesn't look like a solid black image to me.
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Black background exported as dark green. 28 Dec 2018 08:41 #98337

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dgwvideo wrote: … but the top third of the image shows some murky clouds in it, especially on the right side. This looks like a composite of one image over a background, or maybe an opacity /blend mode setting. It certainly doesn't look like a solid black image to me.


oops, missed that one - my cheap, un-calibrated hobbyist set-up to my excuse… with some CSI-ing, now I see it: it looks to me like some underwater scene. Or, some xmas broccoli dish… :woohoo:



a screen-grab of the timeline should show what leftover is the culprit …
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Black background exported as dark green. 21 Jan 2019 17:25 #98586

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The upper part is video. I'm comparing solid black on the left and dark green letterbox on the bottom right.

I guess it was caused by the true tone display settings. To me it appears as a dark green. If you see it as a solid black it should be fine then. Thank you for your help. :)

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