First, I'm French. My English is bad. I'm sorry.
So I am currently editing a documentary on Final Cut Pro 7.0.3
I work on Mac OS X Version 10.6.7
Processor: 2.8 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon
Memory: 16GB DDR3 1066 MHz
I shot with a Canon XF105.
I exported some shots that I wanted to edit or where I wanted to add animation (type banner presentation)
I have exported quicktime sequence for later import to After Effects CS5.
And when I have finished and I have exported those shots from After Effects, I find myself quite often with images that bug, much like when you re-record on a videotape at the time of VCRs.
I export in optimal rendering parameters, with the Quicktime Animation codec.
I really do not understand what the problem is due, I've never met before.
If you could help me, it would be great, because my deadline is approaching and I'm running out of ideas ...
Thank you in advance for your help!
The regularity of the patterns would suggest that these are decode errors in the MPEG stream, possibly a timecode issue. Can you open your footage natively in AE? Do you see the same artifacts then? Also what if you try other CoDecs like PNG or ProRes? In any case, double-check your framerate and export settings.
Thx Mylenium, but I can open the exported file in AE and I see the same artifacts. I try with codec "Animation" "None" "AppleProRes 422" and I also try the png Sequence... Always the same problem...