4 Replies Latest reply on Nov 25, 2009 9:02 PM by neviusaga

    Basic help with jerky video...preset problem?

    neviusaga

      I'm a graphic design student but new to Premiere, and I'm having trouble with simple edits of video files taken by my digital camera. I made a simple test video using 2 different clips that fade in, use a cross dissolve to transition between them and then fade out. The video exported is terribly jerky and I suspect the preset or export settings are incorrect. I feel bad asking such a newbie question but I haven't had much luck searching google for help, maybe because I'm using a point and shoot digital camera's video files with this high level program. If anyone could give me some advice or direct me to a resource to start from I'd really appreciate it. Thanks for reading.

       

      System Specs:

      Adobe Master Collection CS4 (Premiere Pro CS4)

      Win 7 64 bit

      AMD Phenom X4 3.2GH quad core processor

      Gigabyte HD 5750 video card

      4 GB Ram

      1 TB HDD

       

      Camera:

      Sony Cybershot DSC T-200

       

      MediaInfo has this to say about a video file taken by my camera:

       

      Format                           : MPEG-PS

      Overall bit rate                 : 2 912 Kbps

       

      Video

      ID                               : 224 (0xE0)

      Format                                 : MPEG Video

      Format version                    : Version 1

      Format settings, Matrix     : Default

      Bit rate mode                    : Variable

      Bit rate                         : 2 732 Kbps

      Width                            : 640 pixels

      Height                           : 480 pixels

      Display aspect ratio             : 4:3

      Frame rate                       : 25.000 fps

      Scan type                        : Progressive

      Bits/(Pixel*Frame)               : 0.356

      Stream size                      : 21.8 MiB (94%)

       

      Audio

      ID                               : 192 (0xC0)

      Format                           : MPEG Audio

      Format version                   : Version 1

      Format profile                   : Layer 2

      Bit rate mode                    : Constant

      Bit rate                         : 64.0 Kbps

      Channel(s)                       : 1 channel

      Sampling rate                    : 32.0 KHz

      Resolution                       : 16 bits

      Stream size                      : 520 KiB (2%)