My Frames Flicker and i need help!
Posted: Fri, 4th Sep 2009, 5:00pm
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Posted: Fri, 4th Sep 2009, 5:23pm
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You most likely have your framerate or interlacing settings set incorrectly. Does this problem occur while viewing the movie in EffectsLab or when its exported?
Posted: Fri, 4th Sep 2009, 6:35pm
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Yes it does but it's fine out of the program before inported
Posted: Fri, 4th Sep 2009, 11:12pm
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Sorry, but rogolo asked an "A" or "B" question, and you replied "yes." Let's try again: does the problem occur (A)while viewing the movie in EffectsLab, or (B)when its exported?
Most likely you have the scan rate wrong, as rogolo mentioned. What are the project settings you used?
Posted: Sat, 5th Sep 2009, 6:18am
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A and B Axeman
Posted: Sat, 5th Sep 2009, 6:43am
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Frame Rate :30.00
Aspect ratio: Square
Scan Method: Progressive
Posted: Sat, 5th Sep 2009, 7:02am
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Right, thanks for the additional info. 640x480 isn't a standard DV size; what camera did you use to record this? Are you sure the footage is progressive? Have you tried using the interlaced settings?
Do you happen to know what codec the footage is in?
Posted: Sat, 5th Sep 2009, 4:04pm
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I Don't Know What Progressive means or intelaced.
And i'm affraid i don't know what codec it is because it's just my camara and i don't change the codec by converting it or any thing. It does not haveany thing to do with DV
Posted: Sat, 5th Sep 2009, 8:49pm
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The documentation for your camera should give specs for the video format. Again, what camera are you using to record with?
640 x 480 is a standard size from pre-dv video, so I'm guessing you either are using an older model camera, or you are shooting video with a still-image digital camera.
Posted: Sun, 6th Sep 2009, 7:51am
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Samsung ES55 Digital Camera
10.2 Mega Pixels
So a still-image digital camera. Yes Spot on!
Movie Clip Avi (MJPEG)
Thanks For The Help By The Way!
Posted: Mon, 14th Sep 2009, 10:45pm
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Sorry I didn't get back to this sooner. Can you give a more detailed description of the original issue, if it isn't resolved yet?
Posted: Wed, 16th Sep 2009, 7:07am
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