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I seem to have fixed my own issue. I created a new sequence, copied all footge from the troubled sequence, pasted into the new one and all seems to be running smoothly. I am assuming that this was my problem.
Time will tell.
The project was shot in 1080i 60fps.
On a side note, there is no such animal in the video kingdom. A lot of camera makers mislabel this setting. It's actually 1080i at 30 frames per second.
Just curious, here are the specs for the Sony HXR-NX5U NXCAM. The AVCHD FX 24Mbps 1920 x 1080/60i is not 60fps?
AVCHD FX (24Mbps) 1920 x 1080/60i
AVCHD FH (17Mbps) 1920 x 1080/60i
AVCHD HQ (9Mbps) 1440 x 1080/60i
AVCHD LP (5Mbps) 1440 x 1080/60i
AVCHD FX (24Mbps) 1920 x 1080/24p
AVCHD FH (17Mbps) 1920 x 1080/24p
AVCHD FX (24Mbps) 1920 x 1080/30p
AVCHD FH (17Mbps) 1920 x 1080/30p
AVCHD FX (24Mbps) 1280 x 720/60p
AVCHD FH (17Mbps) 1280 x 720/60p
MPEG2 SD HQ (9Mbps) 720 x 480/60i
MPEG2 SD HQ (9Mbps) 720 x 480/60i (24p Scan)
MPEG2 SD HQ (9Mbps) 720 x 480/60i (30p Scan)
Like Jim says 60i = 30fps
1920 x 1080/60i is not 60fps?
Nope. It's a misnomer. The convention is to list only the frame rate, but for some odd reason folks who should know better (camera makers) insist on incorrectly listing the field rate.
So anytime you see 60i, what they really mean is 30 interlaced frames per second, the proper shorthand for which is 30i.