What are the full specs. of the problem Video file(s)?
What is your Project's Preset?
Good luck, and please let us know a bit more.
Thanks for the reply,
My two video types are .mpg and .mp4
Hopefully, I'm answering the Project Preset question properly.
General Project Settings:
> Editing Mode: AVCHD 72p square pixel - this feature is "grayed" out
> Timebase: 29.97 f/s - this feature is "grayed" out
> Playback Settings - Aspect Ratio Conversion - Hardware; 24p Conversion Method set to Interlaced
- Frame Size: 1280 horizontal and 720 vertical -this feature is "grayed" out
- Pixel Aspect Ratio: Square Pixels (1.0) - this feature is "grayed" out
- Fields: No Fields (Progressive Scan) - this feature is "grayed" out
> Display Format: 30 fps Drop-Frame Timecode
> Title Safe Area - 20% horiz and 20% vert
> Action Safe Area - 10 % horiz and 10% vert
> Audio - Sample Rate: 48000 Hz - this feature is "grayed"; Display format - Audio Samples
Capture Project Settings:
> Capture Format: HDV
Video Render Project Settings:
> Maximum Bit Depth not checked
> File Format: 1-Frame Only MPEG - this feature is "grayed" out
> Compression: MPEG I-Fram - this is "grayed" out
> Optimize Stills is checked
Also, I played the suspect videos in Photoshop Elements 10 with no issues. The artifact is not random...it always appears at the same frames in the same videos? Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks
>two video types are .mpg and .mp4
PreEl does not like Mixed Content http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1001963
>Editing Mode: AVCHD
I of course can't see your file details, but I don't think AVCHD is the correct project setting
Steve's Basic Training Tutorials http://forums.adobe.com/thread/537685
Report back with the codec details of your file, use the programs below... a screen shot works well to SHOW people what you are doing