When importing the .mov files from the nikon d5200 to premiere pro cs6, the movement looks strange and there is pixelisation. What can I do about it?
The first thing you need to do is realize that the monitors built in to Premiere Pro are there for monitoring content only, and that they really aren't reliable to judge the quality of the video. For that, you MUST get the video off your computer and onto a properly calibrated TV. This can be done via third party hardware from companies like AJA and Blackmagic, or by exporting to a DVD, Blu-ray or even computer file (which can be played back by a lot of Blu-ray players via thumb drive).
Only in this way can you be sure that you're seeing the video signal accurately. And only once you are seeing it accurately can you tell if there's a problem.
You need to know computer and operating system? It is a Mac Pro, OSX 10.6.8. Files from the d5200 are .mov. When I work the old fashioned way, transcoding to prores 422 via Adobe Media Encoder, then edit in FCP7, they look great, but trying editing natively in premiere cs6, they change. Editing works in rael time, but I loose the nice quality.
Can you get those clips onto the monitor without transcoding first, and using some other software? (Can FCP import them natively? Can QuickTime or any other player access the BM card? Is there a BM player that comes with the card?)
Not shure about a BM player. At least I have never used it. Can QuickTime access the card? But yes, FCP7 will import the files, but the prewiew needs a lot of rendering, and editing is no fun, as with all h264 video. One of the reasons many people switch to cs, as far as I know.
Sorry, I don't have a player that will do that. Maybe there ist something in the included in Blackmagic Desktop video, but this will not run on my machine, since it is OSX 10.6.8. I would need to update to Mountain Lion to try that, and I am not sure about other issues involded in that update.
Anyway, I get a different result if I e.g. import the d5200 files to premiere cs6 and render them to prores from what I get, when I do the transcoding in the media encoder. So Premiere is changing something here, and that is what is giving me a headache. It means I have to transcode all the footage before editing, and that's what I do not want to do, since it is a lot of footage.