What are the pixel x pixel dimensions of those stills?
Is there a red line above those stills on the Timeline. If so, and you hit Enter/Return to Render, how do they play?
Pixel Depth: 24
Aspect Ratio: 1.0
No red lines on the timeline. I have an NVIDIA Quadro 4000 for Mac and the Mercury Playback engine is working great in this aspect. The stills don't look too jumpy in Premiere, but if you look close you can see it. But, it really shows when rendered into Quicktime.
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Try: always deinterlace or flicker removal in the Field Options.
Should I take the antiflicker off in the effect controls if I use deinterlace or flicker removal? I put it on all of the stills in an attempt to settle them down. Just making sure they do not conflict with one another.
Okay I tried the flicker removal and that did not seem to do much. Then I went back in to the field and clicked on deinterlace and that does seem to make a difference. Of course most of my problem seems to be once it is exported to Quicktime. I have not exported yet so I cannot comment on that, but the deinterlacing does seem to smooth things out.
Is there a reason you need to go to Quicktime? If you're making a DVD, use DL to Encore... if you're going to the web, go to H.264...
I'm noticing this too. I wonder if it's due to the recent nVidia drivers, and somehow related to the OpenGL crash I just received when working with a large-ish image (OpenGL Error Code 7).
This definitely wasn't happening prior to this nVidia update; I'm going to roll-back once I finish my project today and see if it goes away. FWIW, the jumping is occuring in both the Program Monitor and in my external monitor.