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I have edited a stop-motion film in Premiere Pro. A new image appears every 0.5 seconds. However, when I want to export it, the video is not displayed like this, but much more stagnant. Does anyone know what I have to set so that it plays properly?
What is your sequence framerate.
Post screenshot sequence settings and export settings.
In the Preferences/Media set indeterminate media timebase to the framerate you want.
Set your image duration in frames.
Hey, thanks for your reply!
Here are the photos
Your export settings are way too big..
Try a standard format such as 1920x1080 or 3840x2160.
If you want to have the images set to .5 second make the frame duration 15 frames.
Edit: stopmotion is about 6 frames per second.
It's quite possible that your system HW (or Software) is unable to play such big resolution video smoothly. Hence the stutter. Try to export in lower setting like 1920*1080 and see how it goes.
I'm not sure if this has anything to do with it:
An image every 0.5 seconds means 2 images per second. At 30 i/s, you are accelerating 15 times. Are you sure that this is what you want?
What does not work? The playback of the rendered film in a third party player like VLC?