What version Premiere Elements and on what computer operating system is it running?
What did you (manually) or the project (automatically) set as the project preset to match the properties of your source media?
Did you see any of this flickering/vibration in the playback of the rendered Timeline in the Edit area monitor before you went to export?
What are you doing an export to file or a burn to disc (with NTSC_Widescreen_Dolby DVD preset)?
1. Elements 13 / Windows 7
2. Automatic Preset
3. No flickering/vibration before export
4. Export to file
Thanks for the reply. Let me see if I can put the details together to get a solution to your issue.
1. Explore a possible "field order" issue where your source is interlaced (with field order Upper Field First) and
your export is also an interlaced file but with field order Lower Field First....let us determine if this flicker/vibration is an interlaced issue
a. what are the properties of your source video
interlaced or progressive
pixel aspect ratio
if you are not sure, maybe we can get that information from the brand/model/settings for the camera that recorded the video.
if progressive, then we will rule this out since progressive video does not have fields (upper or lower).
2. Knowing what project preset the program set automatically based on its analysis of the properties of the first video dragged to
a. See what the readings are for Editing Mode, Timebase, Frame Size, Pixel Aspect Ration under Edit Menu/Project Settings/General.
3. There are Flicker Removal and Anti-Flicker Filter options before export. But, if you did not see the flicker then, you probably did not
apply these options at the Timeline level. When you did the export to file what choices did you make...Publish+Share/Computer/and then what to get
to the NTSC Widescreen file? From what you wrote same flicker with export to file or burn to disc. Is that correct?
Please review and consider, and then we will move forward based on your details.
Thanks much for your informative response! The problem was resolved when I chose another output format; specifically AVCH You Tube Widescreen SD.
Thanks for the follow up with the wonderful news that your project problem was resolved.
It is important to match video properties, projects settings, and export settings. Without more information we cannot know
what happened. The solution that you cited suggests the problem could have happened because of mismatch on settings.
We would be glad for the opportunity to discuss project settings (import and export) at any time.
But we are pleased to learn that you are now moving ahead with your Premiere Elements projects.