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- June 19, 2007 at 1:37 PM #44903AnonymousInactive
I did my first edit using footage that was shot in 24P with Panasonic cameras. Normally I only edit in 60i. The final version is looking really glitchy and jumpy. What could be causing this?
Were the project settings set for 24p? If not, then that would explain the jumpyness. Is the version that looks bad being played back from Adobe for from the final burned DVD version?
I exported the file from Premiere 1.5 in an avi file that was set to 24P Advanced. Then I imported the file in Encore to make the DVD
Hmm…do you know what your deinterlace settings were, if any?
Anyone else know something? I’m not too much of an expert with 24P.
I re-exported the movie making sure to de-interlace the footage and on a test sample that seems to have done the trick. That was a great idea, thanks. 😀
If your camera records 30p or 24p, that means it scans the footage in progressively, instead of interlaced. You’ve gotta deinterlace in progressive, and deinterlace upper or lower field for any footage not captured in progressive form
glad I could help.