What do you mean when you say that your video is "converted to HD with Premiere Elements 14"?
Also, what are you watching your BluRay disc on? If you are watching your video on your computer, it's possible your computer or your media player can't refresh the high-def video fast enough. I always recommend using the amazing VLC Media Player to play any media on your computer. Although, depending on what operating system you're using and which processor you have, your computer may struggle with playback.
But we'd really have to see the "stutter" in order to be able to tell you exactly what's causing it.
Meantime, can you confirm that your Project Settings match the specs of your video? If your project settings match your video, you will NOT see a yellow orange 'render' line above the first clip you add to your timeline. Is that the case in your project?
Thank you for your reply Steve.
I mean that the original recording is in 4k quality but as I've burned a Blu ray the quality was "converted" to HD.
I'm watHD tv (Samsung) using a table blu ray player also from Samsung.
you can wacth the stuttering on you tube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6LjjGLPWso&feature=youtu.be
as you will see the vertical or horizontal camera movements are not continuous as the original 4k takes.
yes I have a yellow orang line over my first project clip ( it's over the title bar)
You need to make the first clip on your timeline be a clip of the video you will be editing. This sets the program to match its project settings to your clip.
This clip can be very short. Even less than a second long. And you can even reduce the opacity to zero so that it's not visible to the viewer. But putting a clip of the video you will be editing at the beginning of Video 1 -- and having NO YELLOW LINE OVER IT (before you reduce its opacity) -- will ensure that your project is set up correctly.
I've inserted an original clip of about 1 second without yellow line over it but the stutter problema remains when playing the blu ray. I also saved the vídeo as AVCHD format and played it in my tv using na external hard drive na NO stuttering occours. So the problem must be in burnig bluray discs.
Can you post a sample of this movie that demonstrates this problem to YouTube and then link to it so we can see it?
Yes, there is definitely some weirdness in there, Antonio. But I don't know what would cause that.
If you'd like, you can Dropbox me a sample of the original video and I'll run it through my program and see if I get the same results. Just share it with my first name at Muvipix dot com.
Make sure you share with me the original footage from the camcorder.
Hi, Antonio. Thanks for sharing your original 4K video with me.
Everything worked fine in my tests. You can see the results here:
My Project Settings matched my video: 3840x2160 at 25fps. In other words, there was NOT a yellow-orange line above my video when I added it as the first clip to my project's timeline.
To output the video, I used the Export & Share/Devices/Computer/1920x1080 in the MP4 format. This is the video I uploaded to YouTube.
As and experiment, I also output the video as a 3840x2160 MP4 and, again, I saw none of the stuttering you're seeing.
Finally I output the video as a 1920x1080 25 fps BluRay and it also played without any stuttering on my computer.
So there is nothing wrong with your file or the program. I'm just not sure why you're having the problems you're having.
Thank you Steve for your tests, The problem occur to me only when I burn this clip in a blu ray disc, when I try to see it in my tv it stutters, If I burn an avchd clip in my lap top I don’t have any problem. Kind regards
De: Steve Grisetti
Enviada: segunda-feira, 17 de outubro de 2016 13:30
Para: Antonio Aguiar
Assunto: Blu-ray stutters in horizontal or vertical camera movements
Blu-ray stutters in horizontal or vertical camera movements
Sorry, Antonio. I don't know why that is.
Have you tested the BluRay on a friend's BluRay player -- just to make sure the issue isn't with your disc player?