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I've been a user of Vision Labs for a few years now and have been using it in a short action/comedy film for Uni.
Unfortunately, this project has been quite literally plagued with problems all the time and the latest has not put me at a total stand still.
In short, after I've run a piece of footage through vision labs for effects, grading/filters and such I export/render it to the correct matching settings of the original video.
However, for some bewildering reason, the footage comes out annoyingly brighter which ruins the look of the video and such.
I've spend weeks on this project and on average I'm up till 3-4am trying to get work done as my deadline looms only a couple of weeks away and there's still much to be done. So as anyone can imagine, I'm now panicking about that.
I've uploaded an image below to show the different in lighting. It doesn't look much from a still image, but it is very noticeable on the video and simply looks very out of place.
I can't understand why the video does this as there's no settings or anything that are making it do such. Even with all filters and effects off, it still happens after exporting.
Image comparing the original/in editing footage and the rendered footage:
Many thanks in advance for any help that can be given.
-Richard.C (Geo Ghost)