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    Hello,

    I'm working with SD avi footage, and have encountered a problem while slowing down clips. Slowing them creates a strange stobing effect which is very noticeable on static shots. This doesn't happen when previewing in the editing program but does after I've exported back to avi. You can see it well on the stairs in the slowed clip here



    Any idea what it may be? I'm guessing it's a field issue or something

    Thanks

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    Are you project properties and rendering settings set to lower field first on the field order setting ? That's the usual for SD footage.

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    And. Is it related to your settings for 'frame blending'?

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    Midnight, yes they are.

    Tim, I'm not sure, what should it be set to? I'll have a mess around

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    Quote Originally Posted by fairycakes View Post
    I'm not sure, what should it be set to? I'll have a mess around
    If you get bored with 'mess about', you may find Adobe's explanation of Premiere's 'Frame Blending'' here. There is no 'right' setting; and perhaps it has nothing to do with your particular problem. I am only guessing.
    Adobe Premiere Pro * Duration and speed

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