to get help you have to post all your system specs and footage specs
being as specific as you can...otherwise users aren't gonna be able to help much
i think the PPRO faq has 'how to post threads' check that out then repost your info
and users will be able to figure out what is happening, cheers, j
this is it
It almost sounds if you got the fields reversed.
What is the source
What are your sequence settings and
what are the export settings.
Premiere Pro CS5
Windows Vista Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 6001)
2.20 gigahertz AMD Phenom 9550 Quad-Core
512 kilobyte primary memory cache
2048 kilobyte secondary memory cache
2048 kilobyte tertiary memory cache
Multi-core (4 total)
Board: PEGATRON CORPORATION VIOLET 3.02
Serial Number: MS1C92R73100388
Bus Clock: 200 megahertz
BIOS: American Megatrends Inc. 5.08 02/03/2009
640.13 Gigabytes Usable Hard Drive Capacity
108.14 Gigabytes Hard Drive Free Space
Audio attribute :
Audio format : Dolby(R) Digital
Sampling quantization : 32
Number of audio channels : 2
Number of audio streams : 1
Video compression mode : AVC Level 4
Source picture resolution : 1920x1080
Interlacing mode: interlaced.
Will this do, or is there more vital info that I'm forgeting to mention?
HD clips are usually upper field.
You dropped it in a lower field setting.
Drop the clip(s) in a HD setting with upper field and export to SD with no fields.
But check the clips first with Media info and post a screendump of the analysis.
Sorry one needs tree view in order to read the scan order.
What does that mean?
Go to View and select Tree.
It seems I was right: upper field.
So back to post 5.
"Drop the clip(s) in a HD setting with upper field and export to SD with no fields."
How do I do that?
I don't know what it means to export "with no fields". What's that?
I was able to make a new sequence by dragging it into the New Item button, per your suggestion.