Speed ramping, I think, causing multiple glitch lines across footage...

New Here ,
Apr 08, 2021 Apr 08, 2021

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Hello community.

 

I've had a look through some previous posts and not found anything quite the same as the issue I'm having.

 

I have some footage, originally shot as H.264 3840 x 2160, 50fps, which I converted into ProRes 422. Then set up a 1920 x 1080 timeline and interpreted the footage to 25fps ready for speed-ramping.

 

Rendered it, so I could actually play it and glitches have appeared on roughly 30 frame in a 60s sequence (see attached image).

 

I am running the latest update of Premiere Pro, I've tried Sequence settings of AVC-Intra and QuickTime, deleting cache, starting a new project and pasting in - and I still end up with this glitch.

 

Any thoughts welcome.

Kind regards.

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Enthusiast , Apr 08, 2021 Apr 08, 2021
Try this approach instead of using 'interpret footage':STOP Interpreting Your Footage for Slow Motion in Premiere Pro! - YouTube

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Try this approach instead of using 'interpret footage':

STOP Interpreting Your Footage for Slow Motion in Premiere Pro! - YouTube

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Thank you for your time and consideration basil1891, that seems to have sorted it.

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Basil,

 

EXCELLENT explanation and offered workflow suggestions! Thanks a bunch.

 

Yea, using something originally intended for a specific use for a process that is very, very different can cause issues. This is the best explanation I've seen.

 

Neil

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