Hi, I have Premiere Pro CS4;my problem is that I make a short video (15 sec.; 640x480; MPEG-4) to learn how to use the application.
Original video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlKFE9ntq1U
My idea was to make a new video, erasing 3 sec. from the original, where my grandfather appears. Reading in this forum i learnt how to make this using trims; I create 2 subclips and I added them to the Program Monitor. No problems!!
Export the media, Media Encoder open normally, select an output format: H.264 - Youtube preset, I want to use this because I will make short videos to companies and upload to Youtube. Export was fine.
But when I play the new video in any media player (klite, windows media player, adobe media player), the movie is shake (lag or choppy).
Errors at the seconds:
For example: the video is playing and in a moment the video reverse 1 second in a snap and continue playing from that point, sometimes this problem occurs in a second, and the next second, and the next second.
And this choppy/lag/shake doesn't occur in the set in/out points of trims, else in almost all the movie. The audio layout is perfect. The trouble is the video. I had exported in almost all the output formats. AVI, uncompressed avi, mpeg, ...
Reviewing the problem, and playing the subclips inside Premiere, I see that the same problem occurs too.
When I make a subclip, and play after (inside premiere), I see the problem inmediately. That's the real problem, How to make a good subclip without this problem?
My computer hardware is:
-windows xp sp3.
-intel dual core processor @ 2.66 ghz.
-ram 2 gb.
-nvidia serie 8 with 256mb.
-I had installed all the updates.
P.S.: Sorry for my bad english.
Message was edited by: leac3
I use now Klite Avidemux to create subclips, and after use Premiere to import them, and create the sequenece, delete the audio layout and add another.
Now export fine.!! Kisses'n Spanks!!
Anybody installing KLite is inviting disaster to strike. Be prepared for a COMPLETE reformat and reinstallation of OS and programs.
uhm well, I don't know what have been you expirence with Klite, but I am using the Klite codec pack for a long time and it's great.