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Very Strange Colour Shift in Exported Movie

Live2D Version: Cubism Editor 4.2.04
OS: Windows 10.0.19044
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
Memory: 32 GB
Illustration: CSP

So, I'm trying to export an animation into a video. It's a 2 minute long animation and is meant to loop. The illustration looks like this:

But here's the thing. When I try to export the movie in MOV format, regardless of which option I choose, the end result look like this, and applies to the whole movie:

I've no idea what's causing this, and it only applies to the MOV format. If I export in any other way, MP4, Image Sequence, GIF, the colours are fine. The MP4 format's quality isn't acceptable for what I want, so I've been trying to figure this out, but I haven't the first clue where to look to figure this out.

I should mention that this animation exported fine while I was still in the middle of creating the animation. The five times I exported MOV format while the animation was still a WIP, it turned out fine. I don't know what happened when I finished the animation.

I should also note that the image sequence export which I've been using as a workaround to produce the vid results in choppy playback for the first three seconds of the movie.

This has been a very frustrating endeavour and I'm hoping to get some answers here, or at least draw attention to this if it's a bug.


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