I recently upgraded my machine from a 6 year old GPU to a RTX 3080 laptop (i.e. this is not a hardware restriction)
I'm experiencing issues with rendered 360 files from the new machine w.r.t. quality of rendered file.
Here is one file created on my old machine with no jump:
Here is the new machine with the jumps (you need to watch in high resolution and zoom in to see it clearly):
Both rendered using Premiere Pro from the same source.
Interestingly, the files playback fine on the timeline at "full" resolution without this jump/skip in PP. I've rendered in different codecx (x264, HEVC), different resolutions (6K, 1920), different bitrate settings, etc etc. I've used media encoder and just encoded from Premiere direct... I'm out of ideas on how to fix this.
Premiere Pro V15.2 fyi
My partner informs me that is more like a quality issue than a jump/skip. This user appears to be suffering from the same issue as well.
Note: I tried using V15.1 and V14.9 but the issue remains.
Updated Intel and Nvidia drivers.... Issue remains. Off to bed. Hopefully a kind super-user can help solve this while I sleep. Thanks.
Try upping the bit rate. I think I see the stuff you are mentioning, in the foreground especially.
I tried it. It didn't work.
I would try rendering into Qtime/Prores or Cineform, and encode that into H.264 and see if it works
It didn't work but thanks for trying.
I have switched from hardware encoding to software encoding and the quality is vastly improved. So is this a GPU driver issue? Obviously software encoding is slower and I'd like to use my shiny new GPU bought for video editing!