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colour shift issues

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#1 Zachdriftwood
Hey there!
I've been having issues with inexplicable colour shifting when running images through LRTimelapse 4.8.3
I can not figure out why it happens but occasionally an image will be look very different with the exact same edit applied as the previous. 
[Image: https://www.dropbox.com/s/am7atdpj0knacy...M.png?dl=0]
I wish it were easier to share an image in this message but is annoying experiencing this?
Shooting time-lapses in aperture priority but the issue does not exist in the image. If individually editing there is no issue. 

Cheers
Zach

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#2 gwegner
Hi Zach, unfortunately we cannot see your image. Please add a dropbox link or similar.
Most likely it's not LRTimelapse doing something wrong, it's Lightroom that might edit adjacent images in a timelapse differently although you are using the same settings. This happens mostly when you edit very heavily. You can easily take LRTimelapse out of the equation by synchronizing the images that look differently in Lightroom. Then they have the exact same settings.
The solution is to edit less and using non linear adjustments like dehaze, clarity, blacks and white very carefully.
See: http://lrtimelapse.com/news/use-the-new-...me-lapses/
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#3 Zachdriftwood
Sorry for the long delay.
I have yet to remedy this problem, i don't believe it is always caused by lrtimelapse however. it seems that the gh5 itself has some colourshift issues while shooting a sequence and i'm not entirely sure how this would be resolved but i don't think its lrtimelapse. 
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ye0oudn96ytft...pcn4a?dl=0
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#4 gwegner
I saw similar effects with other cameras in the past also, for example the Nikon D7000. Mostly it happens on dark images with high ISO. Maybe Motion Blur Plus when rendering can help a bit.
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