What computer operating system? Is that one whole GoPro video clip that is being viewed or export of more than one Timeline clip?
If that is really "flicker" related to low lighting conditions, I am not sure if the following would help
1. Blurring, fx Effects/Blur & Sharpen
2. Flicker reduction, Field Options/Flicker Removal or Applied Effects Tab/Applied Effects Palette/Motion Panel expanded and it Anti-flicker Filter.
Are you sure that what you are seeing is camera related problem versus atmospheric changes which are actually occurring during the recording?
I'm on Mac OSX. It's one raw video clip that was taken from the memory card.
It's not a flicker issue in the traditional sense, as it's not every frame. It's independent of any issue with the capture of the video... I know that the issue is with the fact that the GoPro couldn't decide if it should run in normal lighting setting or low light setting. It was definitely not anything to do with the atmosphere during recording... if the lighting had changed like that you probably would have seen me hit the ground for fear of being abducted by an alien
Any other ideas? I'm basically trying to figure out if there's a tool that can correct this without manually going frame by frame to adjust the exposure/lighting/etc.
Thanks for the reply.
From what I saw, it was more like a pulsing effect rather than a static one that could be compensated for.
When I see it, I get the impression that the person got caught in a lightning event.
If we go with the thinking of traditional lighting effects, have you looked at Adjust Tab/Adjustment Palette/Lighting Panel expanded and its offerings under More? Did you double check project settings against video properties? And, if PAL source, are you using PAL settings? Or, if you are using NTSC source, are you using NTSC settings?
Is this the only section of footage that is affected by this seemingly outburst of light?
It's the only piece that is affected by this lighting issue. Yes, I think you are right, it's not a static issue that is something easily corrected. I was hoping there was a lighting tool that could automatically detect an issue like this and fix it... It seems I may have to adjust each frame individually. It appears to change every 5 or 6 frames.
I think pulsing effect is a good way to describe it.
I've tried to play with the exposure and lighting, and I can get it somewhat close. I was hoping there was a quick way to fix it. It seems I may need to do it by hand?
Thanks for the reply. I will think about this some more if you are not seeing anything in the project or export setting that could be at the core of this.
We will be watching for further developments as your schedule permits.