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Posted By Mauidelite 10 Years Ago
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My CT6 video looks fine when I run it back in CT, but when I create an output in any format, one of the two characters in the video is doubled in the end product!  How can that happen?  Here's a screen shot of the CT6 screen showing the shot and then a screenshot of the completed video...

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It's most likely a graphical glitch, possibly caused by outdated graphics drivers.

Was this an isolated incident or does it occur everytime you render out to video?

I would ensure that your graphics card drivers are up to date by checking with your computer manufacturer if its a notebook or by going to the website of Nvidia, ATI etc if its a desktop.

                                                                

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It turned out to be a PC problem - not CT6 - thank goodness!  Thanks for your help, Peter.



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