I'm having a problem with my shots looking like they are wobbling. Sometimes it looks like interlacing, though my videos and render format were all in progressive. Sometimes, it looks like heat waves. The raw videos don't have this quality so I'm pretty sure it's something in the render.
I'm working on Adobe Premiere Pro CS6; rendering to MPEG-2; creating my DVD in Encore. My main problem shots are from a Panasonic GH2. The shots I took on my Samsung MV900F have this issue as well. I've tried it in a couple of different frame rates, and that doesn't seem to make too big a difference.
Another discussion had recommended unchecking the "Frame Blend" option, as well as de-interlacing, each individual clip. I did this, but the problem still persisted in a couple of shots. Any thoughts?
I believe that the shooting mode on the GH2 standard 24P Cinema.
The sequence settings read as follow:
Editing mode: QuickTime DV NTSC
Timebase: 29.97 frames/second
Frame size: 720 x 480
Pixel Aspect Ratio: D1/DV NTSC 16:9
Fields: lower field first
Display Format: 30fps Drop-Frame Timecode
These settings are in gray so it looks like I can't change them.
As for export settings, I exported it as an MPEG-2-DVD at 23.976fps (progressive). My footage is a mixture of different frame rates. The Panasonic was shot in 24P. The Canon handheld was shot in 25P. The Samsung MV900F was 30p. I've tried rendering at different frame rates, but it doesn't seem to affect the wobbly image problem either way.
If you need other stats, let me know. Thanks!
Thank you, your suggestion worked like a charm! It took me several tries to get the vendor just right, but in the end it was a success. My video looks great. It no longer has the shaking problem. Much gratitude!