Video exporting a bit choppy and with random pixels

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  • Hi


    When exporting videos, it looks good on Enscape but the exported video is very choppy and with random black and white pixels. Already check the model and there's no geometry or materials that could cause the issue. Also, tried different apps to see if that makes any difference when playing the video but the result is the same everywhere.


    I'm on a deadline and can't find any solution to any of the issues. Please help!!

    • Official Post

    Hey oscar.g - welcome to the forums!

    As a first step, please enter the General Settings and see if Hardware-accelerated Ray-Tracing / Ray-Traced Artificial Light (Beta) is checked.

    If so, disabling these settings might help resolving the issue quickly. If not, maybe you have a small, bright emissive material applied somewhere? This is known to cause issues like these.
    By the way regarding the exported video being choppy - are you viewing the video using the windows default video player? If so, consider trying, for example, VLC: https://www.videolan.org/

    The windows default video player often can't play videos with a consistent frame rate.

  • oscar.g

    By the way regarding the exported video being choppy - are you viewing the video using the windows default video player? If so, consider trying, for example, VLC: https://www.videolan.org/

    The windows default video player often can't play videos with a consistent frame rate.

    This!


    Windows default video player is terrible and will make any video look rotten, do as Kaj suggests and try VideoLan(VLC)