Sorry, but I have had disfficulty trying to understand your question. If you are asking are the video tracks the same quality, then yes is my answer. I have created multcamers sequences with no quality issues
my English is not so good, I have directly translated from google. My question is that I have clips from is different camera. I have seen the clips I've put into my timeline on track 2 - 3 after I have rendered it, is bad solution. So if I have filmed two are different camera, there's something I have to do Sourcing
Many Thanks for your help and sorry my language
Are the cameras the same? If you have two clips, of the same format, then you should see the same quality on any video channel
It is two different camera, one is filmed in progressive and I doubt the second camera on it is also filmed in progressive, if now it is filmed in interlaced it would create problems in the timeline?
Here is a link where you can see what happens to the image when it is in motion.
I have only had this happen once ( a few weeks ago) in the 3 +years I have been using PPro. For an unknown reason, I had the same effect on a sequence. I discovered that if I selected the clip on the timeline, then from the menu Clip>Video Options>Field Options and finally the 'Always Deinterlace Option', then the clip rendered absolutely fine. I still do not know why this happened
Thank you very much for your help it works now:-)))
I found out that one camera has filmed in interlaced and the second is filmed progressive.
so the error is probably arisen there perhaps.
But thank you very much for your help:-))