OK, I say this not to be discourteous, but with the sincere idea of helping.
Your post is an incoherent mess. It's not very well expressed, and as a result, I don't really understand the issue. And I'm often inclined to move on rather then provide solutions if I have to work in order to understand the problem. So, with the idea of helping you make your questions easier to understand, here's what I suggest.
DON'T use email or any other outside program to post. Log into the forums to post. This keeps out unnecessary line breaks that text editors often insert. DO use the spell check feature of the forum. DO use proper grammar, capitalization and punctuation. DO learn the technical names for things, and use them. DO find someone who is more familiar with the English language if your primary language is other than English.
Now, that's what I need from posters if I am to be effective in helping. Those are not forum rules, and someone else might have no issues at all understanding your post.
Dear Mr. Simon,
it´s nice for you speaking fluent english. Does that mean upon reversion i must not post here?
Do i have to ask you next time to ask a question, my lord?
If so, i apologize myself....
>Premiere cant handle MTS-Files correctly?
Works perfectly for me
You DO need to copy the entire folder from your camera to your video data hard drive
Metadata contained in folder & link to setting up a Project Folder http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1015001?tstart=0
You also DO need to have a correct project sequence
Please NOTE that the PPro CS6 screen may look a bit different
For CS5 and later, the easy way to insure that your video and your project match
See 2nd post for picture of NEW ITEM process http://forums.adobe.com/thread/872666
thanks for your advice. I´ve copied all media to my video data ans all Metadata. But the problem remains the same.
Ok, let me try to explain this a little bit further: When i panning the camera and see the result in premiere pro cs6
just the middle horizontal lines begin to jerk. The provided Software from Sony does not have this problem and all media looks fine.
Hope this is readable and you understand my problem and sorry for my bad english. Mr Simon seems a little bit distracted to me, sorry!
Hello Mr. Monahan,
thanks a lot for your advices. Your link describes my problem very well but theres no solution. Why the provided "Playback-Sofware" from Sony makes no problem, when playing back the videos?
This is my Setup:
Quad Core 3,4 GHZ Intel Quadcore I7
8GB of Ram
6TB Hardrive space
Windows 7 Pro
Using the Camera Sony HDR CX730E
When the sony software plays back the videos why premiere has such a problem to do so?
Tried the way the link has described, but the problem still remains
Hello Mr. Monahan,
Why the provided "Playback-Sofware" from Sony makes no problem, when playing back the videos?
Thanks for your info.
I'm not really sure why the Sony software is working and Premiere Pro is not. Since I don't have your camcorder, I'd need a sample clip to see if I can reproduce your problem. Can you provide one?
Does anyone else on the forum have this camcorder?
Yes i can provide one. Do you want an MTS-File or MPG2?
I'll take both. Do you have a dropbox (or similar) account I can access?
Yes i´m a customer to Adobes Cloud system
Yes i´m a customer to Adobes Cloud system
Great, once uploaded, give me the link and we'll get started.
I´m a german customer. How do i put the link in here? In a safe way i mean
You could send me the link in a private message.
Excuse me Mr.Monahan, but i cant find the private message button. Theres only a reply button and the question was this helpful
Click the person's name so you go to their private page... then look at the upper right corner
Thank you very much Mr. Smith
I´ve send you the Link, hope this works...
I see it now. This is a common problem with CMOS chip based camcorders. You might try adding the Rolling Shutter Repair effect to combat this problem.
Have even tried your solution but it doesnt work.
I asky my self why sony software can handle this.
It looks like i cant use premiere for editing videos. Is this a general problem for premiere using cmos based cameras?
Is this the wrong camera i´ve choosed?
No, but when you do whip pans like that, you'll get rolling shutter artifacts no matter what. How the Sony software can handle that is beyond my comprehension.
You don't do pans like that normally, do you?
Even if i panning smooth this ugly artefact occurs. I dont know what to do else.
I make music videos and have to manage with fast pannings and slow pannings, rip zoom and so on.
But this seems to be impossible with premiere pro, isnt it?
What a mess i´m in! Bought a camera and premiere and premiere wont work properly
Millions of people using this software and have no problems with cmos based cameras, but me!
It´s late here in germany i´ll be back tomorrow.
Thank you very much for your assistance Mr. Monahan
Best regards sends
i´ve tested also the footage in Sony Vegas Pro 11 and there are the same problems as in Premiere.
whether it´s a missing codec or whatever! I have no ideas.
I use SDXC Memory-Card could thi be the reason?
It is not caused by either your memory card or your editing software!
Kevin Monahan gave you the reason for this in post 19 - it is an unfortunate feature of the type of camera you are using.
The problem is caused by the way the shutter operates. It does not open for the complete frame all at the same time. It opens for a narrow strip which moves down the frame from top to bottom. For the effect of this on a pan shot, consider a shot panning rapidly from L to R past a flagpole. If at the start of a frame the flagpole is to the right of the frame, as you pan, half way through the frame the pole is at the centre of the frame, and at the end of the frame the pole is to the left of the frame. The result is a leaning flagpole!
I cannot explain why the software the comes with your camera does not give this effect on your video.
In Premiere CS6 there is a rolling shutter repair effect. You should be able to reduce this problem if not remove it entirely, with this effect
thanks for your advice but i´ve already used the rolling shutter effect with all possible adjustments. This has no effect!
Which Camera should i use to prevent this problem? I want smooth pannings on my screen and not this cruel jittering like almost on all
Thanks for your help.
Supplement: Just for your information! I´ve solved the problem. It´s also NOT a fault from Adobe Premiere ProCS6 its my Monitor which has 60HZ
and the footage have 50 HZ this makes it jittering.