|Posted: Sat Feb 12, 2011 3:00 pm Post subject:
|I had a similar problem, but only noticed this after I had already transcoded video to Apple ProRes 422. I checked the original mov on the SD card and it was fine. Not sure why the conversion created an error, but strangely the error was exactly as you described... as if the aperture ring closed down a stop, then returned to normal after a few seconds.
Thankfully, re-encoding it fixed the problem.
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