I'm using Adobe Premier Pro 2.0 to put together a little promotional video for new sports being offered at a school.
I've edited a quick video as an insert - its a montage of South Park clips from a South Park episode. The problem is when I playback the final video (in Premier and also after i've exported it) there is a ghosting effect which makes the video seem very blurry and difficult to watch. The original video is not like that at all - it is clear and does not ghost.
Any suggestions as to how i can get rid of this problem? (just in case you were wondering - i have NOT applied the Premier Pro ghosting effect to the video).
Here are the project settings i tried (which is identical to the source video):
Frame Size. 576 x 432 (4:3)
Framerate: 23.976 fps
Pixel aspect ratio: Square Pixels
I've tried different project settings but so far nothing has worked. Please help if you can.
Thank you very much.