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    Post Choppy Video After Render- why? GOT IT FIXED!!!!

    I recorded multiple shots with a Gopro Hero3 Black Edition camcorder, imported them into Adobe Premiere CS6, did all the needed editing, and when I exported, the Video became choppy, even at some points it fast forwards, but the audio is fine.
    That being said, the original files are perfectly fine.
    I'm sure this has to do something with exporting "matching frame rate" blah blah blah, I understand that and I tried to match as close as I could to the recorded frame rate which is 1920x1080p 60fps.
    Look at the attached picture.
    Help is GREATLY appreciated.
    Thank You,


    Last edited by HumbleBeast; 01-05-2013 at 06:34 AM.

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