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    Anthony Gilbert commented  · 

    I know right - I don't get why more people are not complaining about this or raising it as an issue. It seems like people are not realising it - maybe they are not perfectionists and just assume all is OK with their exports?! Adobe/Apple need to sort this out! I don't know how to get it escalated to a high up developer to look into.

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    Anthony Gilbert commented  · 

    Tim Cone - no one from Apple or Adobe seem to care to be honest.

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    Anthony Gilbert commented  · 

    Just realised this is similar to the issue you're experiencing. If you put warp stabiliser above lumetri colour in the effect controls panel the issue goes away...

    https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/44395407-bug-warp-stabiliser-mac-m1-pro

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    Anthony Gilbert commented  · 

    Are you experiencing any pixelation with Warp Stabiliser on M1 chip?

    I've got an issue with 16inch MacBook Pro M1 Pro with warp stabiliser:

    A 25fps sequence, with footage shot at 50fps - adding a warp stabiliser to the footage makes it extremely pixelated and it also exports this way. If you add the 50fps to a 50fps sequence and add a warp stabiliser - no issues at all.

    Doesn't do this on my Intel Mac or Windows desktop!

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    Anthony Gilbert commented  · 

    I've just realised this is linked to applying lumetri colour to the clip. If you apply lumetri colour first in the effects panel and then add a warp stabiliser this causes the pixelation. If you move the warp stabiliser above lumetri colour the pixelation goes away and footage returns to its normal quality.

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    Anthony Gilbert commented  · 

    I think this issue is related to this: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/44368392-issue-poor-hardware-encoding-quality-mac-m1-pr

    It seems to be an issue with how the GPU is handling footage from Premiere Pro.

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