can you please share a small video showing us more clearly what's happening ?
we need to understand exactly how you are performing the task to be able to help you
There are two examples in this video: http://vimeo.com/279787209
I have password protected the video so it's not publicly visible on my Vimeo account.
The password is "Adobe"
I mean a screen recording showing us how you are working on the premiere pro timeline and what's happening there please, not an export of your edit
This is a playback issue from within premiere, are you using accelerated GPU ?
Do you have your Graphics driver up to date ?
Did you apply Lumetri or any other effects to the clips ? if you remove the effects what happens ?
Did you try to clean the 'Media Cache' ?
Did you try to delete the 'Video Previews' ? or Sequence - Delete Render Files ?
I'll try those now. Thanks very much.
you are welcome, let me know what happens
It seemed to happen on slowed down clips. When I sped the clips back up to 100 the flicker went away, but then when I slowed them back down to 50 or 25 it re-appeared.
-Not using an accelerated GPU
-I believe my graphics driver is up to date (I'm working on a 2017 iMac that's only a few months old. Graphics card is a Radeon Pro 580 8192 MB)
-Other than speed change, no other Lumetri or other effects on these clips
-I cleaned the media cache but that appear to change the flicker
I have just deleted the Render Files and that appears to have fixed it.
Thanks again for your help!
you are welcome ! for better slow motion, try to shoot on higher frame rates such as 60fps /120 fps,
then drop that footage onto a lower frame rate sequence like a 24/25 or 30fps one without changing the speed.
Thanks, I'll give it a go!
Shoot only the scenes you are going to make slow motion at higher frame rates not all of them,
if your final output will be a 24/25/30 fps
If you are in PAL-land stick to 25 or 50 fps.
Mixing socalled ntsc framerate with pal framerate can be a big pita.