Hi - first time posting.
I recently started using XFire to record videogame footage from my PC. I would then take the clips into Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 and edit them, and now I'm ready to export them so I can re-edit them (because editing with the xfire codec is quite a hassle) and ultimately upload them.
In this particular example, I'm exporting to the HuffYUV format - this is what happens: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jHBhpl_3G0
This clip is 90 seconds long, exported in the HuffYUV codec, 360x240 (to keep the file size down) - but as you can see, at around 0:54 and then again at 1:15, the video would freeze, rendering the clip unuseable.
I've tried various formats and sizes - I'm trying to export at 1440x960, and I've tried HuffYUV, Lagarith, Raw (No Codec), MicrosoftVideo1, etc - most of them, when I make a 30sec clip, it works fine, but when I make the 90sec clip, most of them would start having the frozen frames at ~2 seconds in, but all the file formats do eventually have a frozen frames.
I've tried converting the xfire video clips BEFORE putting them into Premiere by using Media Coder (not the Adobe one), but the result looks something like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8LEO3fGSaM&t=0m17s - you can see horizontal interference as well as a lot of jumpy frames
I just got this computer a few months ago - I'm using Windows 8, 64-bit, 16gb of ram.
So, what's happening? What's the best way for me to fix this? Thanks in advance.