An interesting problem with contrast in my flash enoding
Hello to all, i am new here and have a problem with my flash conversions. I convert mov's to flash (swf) files. The problem is whenever i open a movie in an encoder, (so far i have tried on2 flix pro, flash video mx, swish and flash studio), the contast level is much brighter than the original movie source. For example i open the original quicktime movie i want to encode for the comparrison test, then i open on2' flix pro and browse and select the the same movie. Straight away the viewing window box in the flix pro encoder shows the contrast level about 10 steps higher than the original move. I have not added any color, brightness or touched the video editor that is within flix pro.
The same thing happens when i use any other video to flash encoding programme.
Has anyone else ever heard of this happening? If so please help me with trying to fix this problem.
The people from on2 dont even write back to you and their forums are useless.
Thanks in advance.
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