I am working with some corrupted footage and am having to remove the corrupted frames (about a dozen or so in a 10 second clip for example), frame by frame.
Generally the corruptions are only a frame at a time and removing them, then changing the length of the previous frame in Premiere to 50% is producing quite seamless results. However, this is not always the case, particularly when the interview subject is moving a lot or in instances of two frames being corrupted in tandem.
I am wondering if there are any effects/techniques in After Effects that may provide a more seamless fix for this (i.e. for a more fluid transition between frames)?
Any thoughts are hugely appreciated.
You can always get some plug-ins that have this functionality like RevisionFX' DE:Flicker or similar ones from other vendors. AE itself has no gap/ damaged frame detection.
Thanks very much for the info.
Just to clarify, by changing the previous frame to 50% after deleting the corrupted frames, the gap is filled, but the motion is not completely fluid.
Please can you let me know if DE: Flicker or other types of software still be able to fix that, or perhaps I should just leave the frames blank for best results?
Those plug-ins will do interpolation and motion synthesis to ensure smooth motion. That's why I suggested them in the first place. You only have to download the demo versions and then take out the purse...