I'm using Adobe Premiere CS6 on Creative Cloud.
It is up to date.
I am running it on Windows 7 64-bit.
I have been using jpeg images and rendered it as uncompressed avi video
(with "render at maximum depth" and "use maximum render quality" boxes checked).
My computer's specs are as follows:
Windows Edition: Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1
Manufacterer: ASUSTek Computer Inc.
Processor: AMD A6-3420M APU with Radeo(tm) HD Graphics 1.50 GHz
Installed memory (RAM): 6.00 GB (5.48 GB usable)
System type: 64-bit Operating System
I can't see the video that I uploaded here in my browser, so here's the link just in case:
Does the issue only occur with a render, or do you also see it in the export?
When I said render, what I meant was export. The render looks fine. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
OK, what are your media, sequence and export settings?
Format AVI (Uncompressed)
Export Video: Checked
Export Audio: Unchecked
Video Codec: V210
Frame Rate: 25fps
Field Order Progressive
Aspect D1/DV NTSC 0.9091
Render at Maximum Depth: Checked
Use Maximum Render Quality: Checked
Use Frame Blending: Unchecked
OK, I see a few things that are off. For starters,1080 x 720 is a non-standard video size. Why that?
Also, V210 is the codec for use with AJA hardware. If you don't have that, it may be best not to use V210.
But most important, why the .9 Pixel Aspect Ratio? Nothing larger than SD resolution uses that, so square pixels may be called for here.
Okay, I changed those settings to 1280 x 720, UYVY, and square pixels.
Come to think of it, I have no idea how I got 1080 by 720, but I know that V210 and .9091 were the default settings.
Nonetheless, the problem is still there.
The initial problem was that there is a static-like problem with the image, and although I have corrected a few problems with the settings, the problem still remains. If you have any insight into this problem, please help.
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OK, next list the specifics of the media and what sequence settings you're using.
Did you create the sequence by dropping the clip on to the "New Item" button? That would leave your clip and your sequence the same, and make it wasy to export a clean version.
Also, what is the purpose of the export? I, for one, hardly ever export anything other than H.264 and I generally start with the YouTube preset and make my changes from there, if any changes are even required.
If you are exporting to use it in another program, the information Jim asked for about the media becomes much more important.
Thank you so much Jim Simon, it was my sequence settings that were the problem. I must have accidentally set them to very low quality settings, and it had been messing up my exports. Sorry for wasting your time.
Glad you got it fixed.