Imported Video [into project] is Pixelated

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Good morning friends,

Sometimes when I import a video (.mov) into a project, certain parts of the video - when played back in-project - is pixelated. The video is also pixelated after export.

The video I am importing is a Hi-8 home video digitized by using the record feature of QuickTime Player. When I watch the .mov file (52 min, 1.48 GB) on QuickTime, the playback is fine - no pixelation.

It is only when I import the .mov file into a project that I notice the pixelation.

 

What can I do to solve this issue?

 

Thanks!

Brian

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Imported Video [into project] is Pixelated

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Good morning friends,

Sometimes when I import a video (.mov) into a project, certain parts of the video - when played back in-project - is pixelated. The video is also pixelated after export.

The video I am importing is a Hi-8 home video digitized by using the record feature of QuickTime Player. When I watch the .mov file (52 min, 1.48 GB) on QuickTime, the playback is fine - no pixelation.

It is only when I import the .mov file into a project that I notice the pixelation.

 

What can I do to solve this issue?

 

Thanks!

Brian

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You should post the details on the file you are talking about and your sequence and render settings. Otherwise nobody can understand what you're looking at 🙂

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Thanks!

What details on the file should I share?

How do I know where my sequence and render settings are set at?

(Clearly, I'm a newbie to Premiere Pro haha)

 

Best,

Brian

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Graeme Bull, I recorded what happens so you're able to see what I'm talking about. I hope it helps!

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Good afternoon friends,

 

*This is a re-post, but this re-post includes a 59 sec YouTube video so you all can see what I'm talking about*

 

When I import a video (.mov) into a project, certain parts of the video - when played back in-project - is pixelated. The video is also pixelated after export.

 

When I watch the .mov file (52 min, 1.48 GB) on QuickTime, the playback is fine with no pixelation.

 

It is only when I import the .mov file into a project that I notice the pixelation [see attached video].

 

What can I do to solve this issue?

 

Thanks!

Brian

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Hello Brian

Did anyone solve your issue?

I'm getting the same problem and I have no fix yet

 

Thanks

Jason

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No reply yet, default.

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"This is a re-post, but this re-post includes a 59 sec YouTube video so you all can see what I'm talking about"

I merged both threads. Please do not start new threads about the same issue.  Just continue discussion on the original thread.

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Thanks, Peru Bob! Sorry about that.

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Hi Brian,

I had a look at your TouTube video and my guess is that it is a compression issue. Could be that Premiere is having trouble decompressinng it well for playback. Could you look at the video properties and provide the details of the Codec.

You could try use Handbreak to convert your video into a different compression and see if that solves the problem. Handbreak is free and can be accessed from:
https://handbrake.fr/ 

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