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A lot of dropped frames exporting videos shot on iPhone

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Aug 04, 2020

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Hi all! I have a client who only shoots on their iPhone and when I export their videos there are a ton of dropped frames and all-around glitchiness throughout the entire video. 

 

I've played with exporting certain sections with different time interpolations and usually can smooth the video out that way. But it ends up being such a long process and takes roughly 5 different exports to get right. 

 

Has anyone out there experienced this issue and know how to resolve it?

 

-Italo

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Correct answer by RobShultz | Adobe Community Professional

You may want to try processing the footage through the free app "Hand Brake" before taking it into Premiere.

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A lot of dropped frames exporting videos shot on iPhone

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Aug 04, 2020

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Hi all! I have a client who only shoots on their iPhone and when I export their videos there are a ton of dropped frames and all-around glitchiness throughout the entire video. 

 

I've played with exporting certain sections with different time interpolations and usually can smooth the video out that way. But it ends up being such a long process and takes roughly 5 different exports to get right. 

 

Has anyone out there experienced this issue and know how to resolve it?

 

-Italo

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Correct answer by RobShultz | Adobe Community Professional

You may want to try processing the footage through the free app "Hand Brake" before taking it into Premiere.

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Make sure Handbrake is set to constant framerate.

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Thanks I'm trying that now!

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