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Editing with HEVC file, adding any overlay makes it look interlaced.

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Apr 16, 2024 Apr 16, 2024

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I'm editing with the latest version of Premier (24.3.0). Trying HEVC files and everything is running smooth, except for when I add in lower thirds and a watermark/ bug. The HEVC video looks interlaced and motion blur is significant. Turning off the additional layers makes the issue go away instantly. Exporting the file it looks a little better but not as good as it should be. I'm sorry, I'm an audio guy working in the video world, maybe I'm missing something simple? Thanks for any help or suggestions!

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...I'm an audio guy working in the video world, maybe I'm missing something simple?


By @christopherk94026288

 

From what you describe there is a mis-match somewhere. I assume that your source footage is progressive, if yes you must use a timeline that is progressive as well and then export as progressive. If one deviate from this problems like yours creep up.

 

I don´t know anything about the source footage, but right click on it in the Project panel and then Modify > Interpret Footage. Make s

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...I'm an audio guy working in the video world, maybe I'm missing something simple?


By @christopherk94026288

 

From what you describe there is a mis-match somewhere. I assume that your source footage is progressive, if yes you must use a timeline that is progressive as well and then export as progressive. If one deviate from this problems like yours creep up.

 

I don´t know anything about the source footage, but right click on it in the Project panel and then Modify > Interpret Footage. Make sure that the Field Order is No Fields (Progressive scan)

 

Then, click somewhere in your timeline and go to Sequence > Sequence Settings and make sure that Fields are set to No Fields (Progressive scan). If not, change that to No Fields (Progressive scan) if you know for sure that your source footage is progressive.

 

If the source footage is interlaced, then do the same thing but replace No Fields (Progressive scan) with the correct field order that would be Upper Field First.

 

Any progress?

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That was it! Thanks so much! The footage was recorded interlaced but the file type was set to progressive and the sequence was set to interlaced. So reconciling all of that fixed it! Thanks again!

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That was it! Thanks so much! The footage was recorded interlaced but the file type was set to progressive and the sequence was set to interlaced. So reconciling all of that fixed it! Thanks again!


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You´re welcome! 🙂

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