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Right-click on the clip(s) in question and turn off Frame Blending.
Thanks so much Dan! Figured out that "B" selects that menu item which helped for the 50+ clips I had ;)
EDIT: Well as it turns out, it got rid of the blending but the videos are still not encoding properly in divx, resulting in jitteriness. I need a bigger hard drive so I can save in raw format and encode with a different program now...
> but the videos are still not encoding properly in divx, resulting in jitteriness
Yes, I've heard Premiere does not do a very nice job with DivX.
Have you tried the DebugMode FrameServer plugin for Premiere? This will allow you to serve the uncompressed video from Premiere to any other VFW (video for windows) program, such as VirtualDub.
You need to be careful about the Premiere plugin directory when installing the plugin: it won't default to the right place. Make sure after you install it that you can find the file "cm-dfscPremiereOut.prm" located in "\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CS3\Plug-ins\en_US" (or similar path, for non-US systems). If not, uninstall it and try installing again.
Once it's installed, export your movie:
1.) On the "General" tab, set File Type to DebugMode FrameServer
2.) Set the other settings (width, height, framerate, etc.) to match your project
3.) Click OK, and save the file as "frameserver.avi"
4.) Choose RGB32 and check the "Write Audio as PCM samples" checkbox
5.) Open frameserver.avi in VirtualDub and encode to DivX
Perfect quality... no need for a giant intermediary .AVI :)