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Rush qui saccade première Pro

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Aug 28, 2022 Aug 28, 2022

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Bonjour

Je viens de filmer un évènement, j'ai filmé en 1080p 50images, quand je visualise mes vidéos sur VLC aucun problème, mais quand je les mets sur première elle s'accade, comme si 1 images restait 2images, 

 

Comment je peux résoudre cela ?

 

Merci

Yann

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Aug 28, 2022 Aug 28, 2022

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Bonjour

Je viens de filmer un évènement, j'ai filmé en 1080p 50images, quand je visualise mes vidéos sur VLC aucun problème, mais quand je les mets sur première elle s'accade, comme si 1 images restait 2images, 

 

Comment je peux résoudre cela ?

 

Merci

Yann


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Make sure that the frame rate in the Sequence is set to 50 fps. Go to Sequence > Sequence Settings and check. I dont really understand the question but if i understand it correctly what you see is what happens if you put 50 fps media on a 25 fps timeline, iow that frame 1 and 2 are identical though they are not in the source footage.

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i put my sequence on 25 for slow my rush, but if i put on 50fps its the same, 

my rush lag, but not a the same moment, i think is premier, 

i have a big big computer 3k€, 

 

its the first time i have this problem

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i put my sequence on 25 for slow my rush, but if i put on 50fps its the same, 

my rush lag, but not a the same moment, i think is premier, 

i have a big big computer 3k€, 

 

its the first time i have this problem


By @yannc6551853

 

-Which camera created the video clips?

-How do you slow it down?

-Do you use Optical Flow in the Clip Speed/Duration dialog?

 

If i slow down 50 fps video i still use a 50 fps timeline and do use Optical Flow in the Clip Speed/Duration dialog. 

 

Right click on a source file in the Project panel to see the frame rate Premiere Pro reports. It can happen that Premiere Pro interpret 50 fps footage as 25 fps. Thankfully this can be solved.

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