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    Default Why does Premiere do this?

    I'm using Premiere 6.5 and exporting my edited MiniDV video to AVI, once its done, I get big sections of the video that are converted to big blocks and areas of either a single color, or several colors, that definitely shouldn't be happening (see stills). These sections kind of shake as well
    Can anyone please give me some idea of why this is happening?
    Cheers
    Chris

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    Half of your problem is interlaced video on a progressive scan monitor (you are seeing two seperate "fields" (frames) at the same time, one frame slightly ahead of the other).

    The other part looks like a hraphics card driver or RAM issue. Do you have the latest drivers installed and how much RAM do you have?

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    Its the blocks of colour, for example, in the buses windows, that shouldn't be their, I know about interlacing etc. I have 768mbs of Ram, and the latest drivers are installed. I've attached a still showing what the video looked like before it was exported.

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    What are your exact export settings?

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    Microsoft AVI
    Cinepak Codec by Radius
    D1/DV PAL (1.067)

    Is this the export settings?

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    Yep. Rather than using AVI, use DV AVI

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    Awesome, that solved the problem, thanks for that.

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