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Drop in frame rate/latency issue

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Sep 06, 2020

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Hi all! I've been having a latency issue with Adobe, and I am wondering if it is at all possible to fix...here's some background:

 

I film with two cameras, and I tend to saturate and make the colors brighter. The issue is not during the editing, but rather after exporting. It seems that my second camera, and only some clips, have a drop in frames and the picture has latency, although the sound is fine. I don't think it's the camera (if it was, you would think it would be happening with every clip), but I am open to some suggestions. To show you what I mean, I have included a video link to watch so you can get an idea...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGQ51xizW9c 

 

Go to 5:43 and 8:32 to get an idea (both shots are with the same camera). Any help is appreciated. Thank you!

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Drop in frame rate/latency issue

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Hi all! I've been having a latency issue with Adobe, and I am wondering if it is at all possible to fix...here's some background:

 

I film with two cameras, and I tend to saturate and make the colors brighter. The issue is not during the editing, but rather after exporting. It seems that my second camera, and only some clips, have a drop in frames and the picture has latency, although the sound is fine. I don't think it's the camera (if it was, you would think it would be happening with every clip), but I am open to some suggestions. To show you what I mean, I have included a video link to watch so you can get an idea...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGQ51xizW9c 

 

Go to 5:43 and 8:32 to get an idea (both shots are with the same camera). Any help is appreciated. Thank you!

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Sep 06, 2020

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Does not say which type of cameras but

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

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For my stationary camera, I use a Canon Vixia HF R70 (that one had no latency issue), and my other camera, a Canon Powershot SX510HS is the one that sometimes has the lag issue. I don't think it has variable frame rate (can't adjust it with the Powershot, I've looked at the manual)...but it could. Thanks for your suggestion. May I ask what handbrake is?

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