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November 8, 2007 at 12:08 AM #45020AnonymousInactive
I am using Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 and I am trying to export a video that is due tomorrow for class, and every time I export it i get these weird video “glitches” in the final product it almost looks like a jump cut (but its not). It is not from my raw footage. If anyone could help me get rid of these that would be great.
November 8, 2007 at 12:32 AM #187715derekParticipant
what are your export settings?
November 8, 2007 at 12:52 AM #187716AnonymousInactive
Video and audio
Microsoft DV AVI
Compressor: DV NTSC
Frame size: 720h 480v (1.200)
Frame rate: 29.97 frames/second
Pixel Aspect Ratio: D1/DV NTSC Widescreen 16:9 (1.2)
Fields: Lower Field First
Sample rate: 32000 samples/second
Sample type: 16-bit
November 9, 2007 at 4:48 PM #187717AnonymousGuest
Your export settings look good. Well, except your under audio, you should change sample rate to 48000 samples/second. But, that won’t fix your problem, it will make your audio sound much better.
Jump cut, eh? We’ll I’m not sure I totally understand what the problem is, but a lot of editors will over look some clips in their timeline that are aligned perfectly. There may be a gap between two different clips that is only a split second long. If this is your case you see you video jump to black very quickly for a split second. To fix this make sure you zoom in to those corresponding clips and remove that tiny gap. But this might not be your problem. Are you experiencing this problem between two different clips or in the middle of a single clip?
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