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Latency with vidéo (mov format) from iphone in adobe premiere element 2020

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Hello,

 

I import a vidéo from my iphone, in format mov, in adobre premiere element 2020 (with windows 10) and i have a big image latency. My vidéo are in 60 fps but the we have the impression that is in 5 fps.

Same effect when i export the vidéo.

I searched but i don't know what to do.

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Kévin

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Latency with vidéo (mov format) from iphone in adobe premiere element 2020

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Hello,

 

I import a vidéo from my iphone, in format mov, in adobre premiere element 2020 (with windows 10) and i have a big image latency. My vidéo are in 60 fps but the we have the impression that is in 5 fps.

Same effect when i export the vidéo.

I searched but i don't know what to do.

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Kévin

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What is inside the MOV file?  Can you use the program MediaInfo and post it?  What are your project settings and how did you set them?  What are your computer specifications?  Would you share a clip via DropBox or similar?

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Thank you for your answer,

the mediaiinfo of the original vidéo:

Mediainfo original video.JPG

The projet setting :

Setting project.JPG

The computer spec :

Spec Computer.JPG

Thank you by adavnce,

 

Kévin

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If the footage is variable framerate convert to constant framerate with Handbrake before bringing into the program.

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I don't think my video is in variable framerate, but what is the way to know this ?

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Post mediainfo in treeview.

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Like that ?

Capture.JPG

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Yes that is in treeview. Would have prefered English 😉

Type d'images/s : variable.

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You are also shooting in HEVC at a high frame rate.  That may be more than you computer can do.

 

There are other very high quality settings you can use on an iPhone.  

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I dont think 11,5 Mb/s is very high. I find it actually quit low.

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Ann,

 

There have been posts here that suggest PrE has trouble with HEVC at 60 FPS.  Frame rate, not bit rate.  

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Sorry read it the wrong way.

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Hi @Kévin5C79,

 

Can you please share the machine details on which you are facing the above mentioned issue? Also, if possible, please share a sample file as well.

 

Regards,

Anubhav

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