I used some DSLR footage to create a new sequence, I applied "Sharpen", and could not duplicate your issue on a PC.
You might want to provide more information. What are your sequence settings, your clip info, things like that. Is the problem visible in the Program Monitor or just when you export?
I'm using footage from a Canon 5D MK III or Sony Nex 7 or Sony RX 100 in a 25P timeline. On an iMac 27".
The effect is visible both in Premiere and in the exported video.
I'm not the only one to have the problem - http://www.phillipmortimer.com/blog/premieresharpen/
So I see.
Even now that I know exactly what I am looking for I can't duplicate it.
Is it possible that it was fixed in 6.0.2 and that is why I can't duplicate the problem? Are you on the latest and greatest? If you are, then is it just a Mac thing?
I don't see that here either with my GH2 footage.
Thanks for your replies!
No, I wasn't up to date. I am now. The problem persists.
Out of curiosity, I checked on a PC. I can also recreate the problem. We're talking about a border of a few white (or lighter) pixels created around the image when sharpening is applied.
Yup, nothing like that shows up here.
Is it just the dslr footage or does other kind of media create the same problem?
Thanks for the replies!
I've been away from the computer in question.
If you click on the images they will enlarge (although you'll only see half of them). If you "save as" you should be able to download the whole original image.
As far as I can see, this happens with all footage. At least from my Canons, a Sony NEX 7 and a Sony RX 100.
Perhaps I have something set wrong, but I don't see what...
Edit: After some more testing I see that this doesn't happen when I use the Unsharp Mask to sharpen so I'll have to stop being lazy and use that instead...