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    For all things good, put quicktime output of H264 directly back into After Effects!

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    A solution found to reading/writing ProRes 4444 in After Effects AE cc2020 without a color shift:

    Reading/writing ProRes 4444 in a 16bit project is busted in cc2020, Version 17.0.5 (Build 16). To test, in a 16bit project, read in a ProRes 4444 file and write out the same and you'll see a slite color shift (cooler on OSX, warmer on Windows). The fix is to switch the project to 32bit.

    Another option is to go back to cc2019. It does not have the cc2020 I/O color shift issue with ProRes 4444 and a 16bit project.

    Funny that the fix for me is opposite the BUG slugline.

    Adobe, I hope you're listening.

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