If what you are seeing looks like a vertical scrolling on your monitor,
you are likely dealing with a difference in the refresh rate of the monitor
vs. the scan rate of your camera.
You might try (temporarily) tweaking the refresh rate of the monitor
in order to minimize the effect, or you might want to use
a 'screen capture' program to record the screen and then
use it full-screen, or insert in into a comp to replace the
original screen as recorded by the camera.
Thanks for the reply, Joe. But it is not a computer screen that I am captureing. It is a medical device "how to" video and the device has the display, so there is no way that I can change the refresh rate or use screen capture software...
Can you try different frame rates on the camera?
Can you connect a different monitor to the device?
Can you shoot what's on the monitor as a series of stills instead and then compose what you need in post?
Can you shoot film instead of video?
Unfortunately, no. The footage has been shot already and I was hoping there was something in the post-processing that could be done. Some sort of filter, etc.
This is not the kind of thing you can normally fix in post production. Usually you set the camera's synchro-scan function to match the display in the frame to fix it.