Hello everyone, and thanks to the people keeping this community up. This seems to be an awesome resource for troubleshooting.
My team and I have been working on an important video project. The main project was recently passed to a new video editor, who has issues on the exported files no matter our basic settings. Both work on premiere obviously.
Here's an example of an exported file from the second editor. As you will see, everything looks fine up until 00:50, which is when the light show starts. From there on, the image does this very weird thing where this image seems to clash with the strobe lights, and ends up "bleeding" or "blowing up", for the lack of a better term on my end. Check it out:
1) The source footage is not like that of course. What is happening during the export? 2) Is there a viable solution?
As the director of this project, the first editor may have deinterlaced each file manually, which the second editor hasn't tried to do yet. The reason he's on standby for that initiative is because I wanted to make this post and make sure what the problem at hand is. The first editor is not available to let us know right now. so I hope one of you can help us.
In the case where deinterlacing the footage is the only way, here's a third question:
3) Is there an application/software that makes it possible to deinterlace footage without any quality loss?
As you can see, this is a multiangle edit using a wide range of footage. The many source clips used are covering just as wide of a spectrum when it comes to formats, so we have YouTube rips as well as 4K master files. Same for the framerates, it ranges from 25 to 60fps.
I should have mentioned this in the main post, but posting a MediaInfo recap would probably be irrelevant to the situation. Let me know if I'm mistaken.