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Thread: Extracting a Still Image

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    Default Extracting a Still Image

    Using the Export Fame option in Premier Pro, I keep getting a poor image.

    I did step forward and backwards and tried again. But it looks like two images superiposed and one moved a bit.
    The image looks OK for exporting.

    Are they anything I can do to sort this out.

    Is it an interlace problem?

    Help!

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    It is exactly an interlacing problem. You will need a graphics program with a filter to de-interlace it to get your picture just right. Photoshop has one by default.

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    You can de-interlace a clip before exporting a still frame by right clicking on the clip in the timeline and selecting the de-interlace option - but remember to unset de-interlace again if you want to export video from the timeline.

    GG

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