I've not seen any information yet on a solution to this bug. If memory serves, it only happens with GPU acceleration on, so you may have to turn that off.
FAQ no helplul in this case. What kind info you need?
Any chance you're trying to play an HD sequence (upper field dominant) through a SD device (most common 1394 usage AND lower field dominate)?
IF your source clips match your sequence clips (not placing HD clips in a DV sequence) then I would strongly suspect your Firewire device is causing the problem.
I have never experienced Premiere reversing field dominance only on the output (although I use an AJA card and never tried the Firewire). I have experienced reversed fields when mixing HD & SD as well as when I reposition the image up or down 1 scan line.
Could you tell us what Firewire device you're using?
This problem is evident not only from me. Many users CS6 noted by the these features. Apparently, very few people working in this package for TV SD PAL When I put a video on the 1394 from other utililits, for example, freeware WinDV, then the order of the fields is used correctly. The situation is the same with Premier causes some discomfort and time spent on control of the finished product by third-party tools.
VIA 1394 OHCI-compliant host controller onboard
motherboard: Gigabyte GA-870A-USB3L
sorry! Wrong info! Please, forgive me!
Device 1394 set as optional card!!!
Topic is still relevant!
did you ever cure this problem?
have a read of this post I've just put on the atomos site
OK so FCP 7 works fine with pro res 422 HQ normal and light. Premiere does not. Upper field settings imported straight into the sequence at first look fine. View it on a crt preview monitor through a video board (exactly the same way as FCP) and what an awful looking picture it is!
Reversing the field settings cures this effect but hey! (having to render the footage though is not slick in a fast paced working environment) when exporting the footage to mpeg2 for dvd creation in studio pro - guess what! ....the interlacing problem is back again!
So come on guys - will someone actually answer the question. Have I wasted several days and money trying to move to Premiere CS6 (almost on CC but holding fire on that one!) Somethings going to go - either the Samurai or Premiere.
It's just like premiere does not see the upper field settings in the native pro res footage. And I've tried all sorts of configurations to cure the problem. The only way I found was to export the XFL files to FCP7 and work with the project on there. And seeing as I'm trying to get away from FCP this isn't ideal.
So come on tech heads from either atomos or planet earth. Lots of other people have had this problem but no one seems to get a proper answer.
OMG!I repeat: I am interested in the problem of DV and SD video it means CS 6 or third-party patches. Other editing soft (such as Pinnacle, Final Cut or AVID) please do not offer!
No more Ideas?
This was fixed in Premiere Pro CC (7.0).
Have you tried reversing the field order?
I'll test it out. I've tried everything. It seems final cut automatically applies a shift field filter to pro res footage. This doesn't show when you first import the footage onto a timeline but duplicate the sequence and the filter is there. I'm stuck really cause I do my editing on a 32 bit tower mac. I have a MacBook Pro but don't want to upgrade to cc on that because you can't back save to cs6. Time being I'm sticking with fast turnaround projects in fcp 7.
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Sure! But files with reversed fields incorrectly reproduced with broadcast servers (eg Forward, etc.), with the same strobe and "comb". It`s first. Second, manually reversing fields in every clip - so many wasted time and
As for the correction of an error in the СС 7, then you will agree that lay another bunch of money on a new version of the reluctance of the developer fixed a small mistake, at least unwise!