When I try to export my videos the export doesn't match the videos in the timeline. The footage that I have are screen recordings with 60fps and my sequence is 60fps. All the numbers match. It a bit hard to explain, but if you look at the pictures you can see that the source doesn't match with the output on the same timestamp.
Does anybody know how to fix this?
Sorry looks the same to me. What does not look the same according to you.
NB; if you have MPE hardware turned on, turn off MRQ.
It does not look the same. Don't you see that the cursor is in a different place?
And what is MPE and MRQ?
Export, bring the file back into Premiere and compare.
I did, and the exported file is not the same as the one in the timeline.
How far out is it? Are we talking a matter of frames? Are there any instances of black at the beginning or end of the video, that might account for the extra frames?
The settings do look like they should match.
Perhaps try exporting from Adobe Media Encoder and see if that provides any different results?
It starts 21 seconds into the video. And then at 26 second, it seems as though it jumps to the correct frame.
No, there is not anything black.
I haven't tried that. The computer I work on is not mine, it's the schools I go to and it does not have Media Encoder. And I'm not allowed to download anything to the computer. But I will try if I can get the teacher to download it for me
Are the screen recordings variable framerate?
No, the screen recordings are Constant bitrate
I used OBS Studio to record, but I can't find if it is recorded with constant of variable framerate.
When I click on source setting on the file. This comes up.
Here is the info from the source file
And here is Exported file info
I notice a difference between reference frames: 2 versus 4.
Perhaps that is the source of your problem?
What can you do about the reference frame?
Surprise: its constant.
When dropping footage in timeline is the renderbar yellow or red?
It is yellow
Do you want the export to start at 21 seconds? Is that a deliberate choice? Or would you like to export the full sequence?
Could the variation be a result of the setting of Key Frame Distance under the Advanced Settings of your Video tab?
I want the whole sequence, it just starts to not match the timeline at 21 seconds. The Key frame distance is not enabled in my advanced settings.
But in general - why is this such a problem for you?
Because as I have said earlier, at 24 seconds it does this weird jump. Like it tries to get to the right frame. And that does not look pretty.
And in the timeline i clipped away what is shown between 21-24 seconds.
Try to clear your Cache MANUALLY.
1- in PP: Preference --> Media Cache. This will show you where the cache folders are located.
2- Close PP, navigate to those folders and delete everything inside.
3- re-open PP, give it time to re-create cache files.
4- report back
I will try that as soon as I get back from my weekend trip.