If I add the fast color corrector (and/or some of the other color correction effects) to any clip, even without adjusting any parameters, the resulting output is degraded. I cannot figure out what the problem is. The output looks as if the field order has been screwed up. If I tell premiere to make all the frames non interlaced, the problem seems to go away. But of course, I have now hurt my resolution by artifically creating 30P.
These are 1080 H264 clips from a Canon HS10.
If I simply remove the color corrector, and re export the video, all looks great (Except that the colors need correcting).
What am I doing wrong? What is it I need to do so this does not happen
Does anyone else have this problem?
I have had one clip where the edges were corrupted (ie black saw tooth lines, a interlacing issue) The cure for that was to choose non interlaced as I think you have done, however, I never discovered a link to colour correction.. I have created loads of clips, with CS5.5 and corrections with no issues apart from this one isolated case
I have since discovered that this problem happens with the real time correctors only. All effects which require a rendered preview work fine.
Also, when I convert to non interlaced, does that mean that 1920 X 1080 30fps interlaced is now 1920 X 540 30 fps non interlaced?