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Premiere CS6, 3D text in my video is glitchy...is there a fix?

Feb 1, 2013 11:50 PM

Tags: #problem #help #3d #text #premiere #bug #glitch #cs6

I have made some countdowns for my church in the past and was working on one today when I ran across a new problem I haven't had before.  I'm still new to CS6  and am working on the trial right now.  This is really going to determine whether or not I purchase the program.  I have included a link to the final video so you can see the problem yourself.  I have tried changing values in the effect controls, making a new sequence, and even completely started over with a brand new project, but this issue is very persistant.  I can't seem to get any text to swivel and bend (I have it set up as a title) without getting this annoying glitchy bouncing randomly happening.  So far, this has been the only issue with the program I have had and I'm really loving it.  I've been doing video editing for years and this should be a simple video to make.  Keyframes have never given me this much trouble.  Please help!

 

http://youtu.be/S3kc6lAFM-0

 
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    Feb 2, 2013 5:16 AM   in reply to Pastor_Josh

    Welcome to the forum.

     

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    Feb 2, 2013 1:48 PM   in reply to Pastor_Josh

    Are the effects you used built-in Premiere Pro effects or have you added an effects package or plugin?

     

    The codec and footage information are important -- what camera was used to shoot it?  Is it interlaced or progressive?  Do the sequence settings match the footage?  Do the export settings match the source footage properties?  What is your export format and codec?  How do you intend to deliver and display the finished video?  All of these things can seriously affect the end result.

     

    Do you really have 2 ATI video cards?  Depending on how they're configured, they can cause issues in Premiere Pro if they're used at the same time. 

     

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    Feb 7, 2013 5:21 AM   in reply to Pastor_Josh

    The key may well be in the sequence settings.  For example, if the footage is progressive and you edit in an interlaced sequence, or vice-versa.  Have you ever used this background clip before?

     

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    Feb 16, 2013 7:02 PM   in reply to Pastor_Josh
    1. Try turning off crossfire.
    2. What kind of file is the text?  Is it a Premiere Pro title or is it text from Photoshop or After Effects?
    3. Are you editing in an interlaced sequence?  If so, try setting up a matching progressive sequence.

     

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