What computer operating system is your Premiere Elements 11 running on?
How did you do this "DVD rip"? Did you insert the DVD disc for the DVD-VIDEO on DVD disc into the computer burner tray, open Premiere Elements 11 set manually beforehand for either DV Standard or DV Widescreen, and then use its Add Menu/DVD camera or computer drive)/Video Importer to get the VTS_01_1.VOB into the project?
That should work well. When there are problems with this route, they usually go to audio out of sync, rarely quality. The Command Prompt method is then indicated to merge the indivdual video files (VTS_.....) into one DVD.VOB file for import into Premiere Elements.
Another consideration might be found in the details of the source files....when your burn to DVD-VIDEO on DVD disc in Premiere Elements, you get DVD-VIDEO format on that disc with an interlaced frame rate and field order lower field first. Because of the way you are currently doing this "DVD rip", Is there any possibility that you are putting VOBs on the Timeline with interlaced video but field order upper field first?
Please review and then supply more information.
Using Intel Quad Core 2 Q660 @ 2.40 ghz 8gb ram 64 bit operating system
I rip portion of dvd from aiseesoft or danusoft ripper ...HD 720 by 480 to
desktop...import to Adobe Premiere to timeline. As mentioned, always used
mpeg2 or dvd vob. and on desktop clip plays fine. When imported and played
on timeline.....fast motion blurs.....on some dvds. Happens to be the one
im using now
Is it possible to use the Premiere Elements Add Media/DVD camera ro computer drive/VIdeo Importer route to get those VTS_01_1.VOB and series into your Timeline. And, then see how those results compare with what you are doing now.
Both DV Standard and DV Standard Widescreen use the frame size of 720 x 480. The widescreen has included the 16:9 flag to stretch the video for display after encoding. So, double check what your source is, standard 4:3 or standard widescreen 16:9. Check the pixel aspect ratio in Properties after import....0.9091 if DV Standard and 1.2121 of DV Widescreen.
From what you wrote, you are seeing this motion blur before export. Is that correct? If that is the case
a. What is the existing project preset.....see Edit Menu/Project Settings/General and let us know the readings for Editing Mode, Timebase, Frame Rate, and Pixel Aspect Ratio.
b. What happens if you right click the VOB on the Timeline, select Field Options, and then Reverse Field Dominance...any improvement? How about Always Deinterlace?
Please review the above and then we will move on from there.
Here it is....frame size is 1920 by 1080
pixel aspect is 1.0 (not highlighted)
upper field first (not highlighted)
29.9 frames per secnd time base
30 fps drop frame timecode
editing mode 1080i (not highlighted)
always use standard wide screen and sometimes stretch and crop to fit the
16 by 9
I publish on f4v to computer at HD 720 always
Interestingly, I always see the motion blur to an extent when editing ....
except when I STOP the preview screen.However, when publishing it is not
USUALLY like this as far as the fast blur on the sharp picture.
Well interlace...no go
reverse no go
FLICKER REMOVAL -
Great news. From the results, your issue was traced to the interlaced nature of the source footage.
Please see an explanation of interlaced in the following
And, then please check out the Adobe description of its Flicker Removal Field Option toward the bottom of the write up.
Then we can discuss this further if you want to.
Referring to your post numbered 4...
How did we get to 1920 x 1080 @ 29.97 interlaced frames per second from a "DVD rip"? I took it for granted that you were talking about ripping VOBs from the DVD-VIDEO format on DVD disc.
But, if your source media is 1920 x 1080 @ 29.97 interlaced frames per second (Upper Field First) and the destination is DVD VIDEO Widescreen on DVD disc, then two possibilitities related to DVD-VIDEO and its interlaced frames rate with Lower Field First
a. Use the special preset to change the Field Order automatically
NTSC/Hard Disk Flash Memory Camcorders/Full HD1080i30
b. Use the regular project preset NTSC/AVCHD/Full HD1080i30
and, then, when you have the video clip on the Timeline, right click it, then Field Options and Reverse Field Dominance.
That is the usual drill.