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Square artifacts in rendered sequence movie

so there are these hefty artifacts when rendering a sequence to a movie. tested with compression and without..both the same. resolution is 1920x1080 any clue what goes on there? i never experienced these errors. but today i installed a second screen. could this be the reason? i'll test this later by reve rting my setup. but when you have other ideas i'd be glad to hear them. alt text

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asked May 12 '18 at 04:34 AM in Rendering

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k. turns out i had to turn it off and on again *madlaughter.. a pc restart is still a thing these days. all the footage was actually working but only displayed wrong.

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answered May 12 '18 at 01:41 PM

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