I'm using Premiere Pro CS3
I've been having a problem with my footage flickering. Especially in the highlight areas. highlight areas with high intensity lighting. I've had 3 people who are professional Adobe certified trainers, and they can't tell me what's wrong with it which at times is really frustrating. Also, when I keyframe a picture and zoom it back to say scale 50, it also jitters pretty obviously. I've seen the same footage on a Mac and have seen the same keyframe used with no jitter at all.
I had a chat to Harm Millard(Adobe forums) who suggested that I answer the 16 questions which is located at http://premierepro.wikia.com/wiki/Troubleshooting
Here are my answers:
Q1: The codec used in your source clips
A: Please see attached screenshot jpeg called 'harm'
Q2: Premiere Pro
1. version number A- Version 3.0.0 (374)
2. Installation Language - English
3. Updates applied - ?
4. Project/sequence settings A - Please see attached screenshot jpegs - 'project settings' & 'Sequence settings'
Q3: Operating system
1. Name A: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit operating system
2. update/ patch level A: See attached screenshot jpeg - 'Q3.2 updates applied'
3.Installed language A: English
4. Display resolution and colour depth A: I've been told they're good
Q4: CPU type & speed A: Please see attached screenshot jpeg - 'cpu'
Q5: Amount of memory(RAM) A: 8GB
Q6: Video Card
1. Manufacturer A: NVIDIA
2. Model A: NVIDIA Ge Force 9800 GTX/9800 GTX
3. Driver version A: 184.108.40.20638
Q7: Number of monitors (displays) in use A: 1 monitor
Q8: Audio card
1. Manufacturer A: Analog Device
2. Model A: Sound MAX Integrated digital HD Audio
3. Driver version A: 220.127.116.1185
Q9: Each hard drive's capacity and space remaining
1. Disc setup (partitions used, raid configuration, what is where for OS/projects/media/scratch/audio)
A: (c) drive - OS & Premiere software
69.5 GB free of 139 GB
(e) drive - Projects - scratch discs and etc. Same as projects
RAID5 - 800GB free of 1.81 TB
Q10: Hardware capture device
1. Manufacturer A: Sony
2. Model A: DSR 11
3. Driver version number ?
Q11. Capture software
A: Premiere Pro CS3
Q12: Comprehensive list of third party plug ins you installed.
A: Borris continuum 6
Q14: Explain clearly what you want to do, what you are doing and what the result is
A: I'm filming in SD, editing in Premiere and then output to DVD. Once editing is complete, I go to export > Adobe media encoder(please see attached jpeg 'export jpeg settings'). That's how I make my mpegs. I then import the footage into Encore(CS3) and build the DVD, by first creating an image file. When I watch my DVD on a Plasma or LCD TV, I can clearly see the highlights flickering. Or, when I keyframe a picture to zoom backwards, I can clearly see it jittering. I see the same results from editing on my laptop as well.
Q16: Post details of trouble shooting you have already done to avoid 'did that' responses to questions people ask when trying to help.
A: - Right clicking footage and tried all the different field options. e.g. flicker removal, always deinterlace, reverse fields, ect.
- BCC de interlace effect(Borris Continuum complete 6.0)
- Gaussian blur
- Changed the settings in 'Adobe media encoder. e.g. Upper field, progressive scan.
- tried using different tape decks and cameras to record in.
- I spoke with one of my previous trainers recently and said they tried editing in CS4(the same footage) and by changing the 'interperate footage' options. she was brief and I can no longer get in touch with her to find out more information.
- I've also tried constant bitrate(CBR) instead of VBR when I export DVD from Adobe Media Encoder.
- When opening a project, I've selected progressive scan
- I film using a Canon XHa1 and my filming settings are: DVPAL 16 x 9 50i
- I don't think it's the machine cause my laptop has the same result. I Use HP DV6 1143tx