My first suggestion was going to be uncheck Frame Blending. You've done that.
Create a new timeline with just the most problematic section in there, then try deinterlacing, progressive, but one setting at a time, the render should be fairly quick with just a small portion of it. If I am not mistaken the frames in Motion JPEG are just a bunch of compressed pictures, they are not as smart as say, H.264. I know you need it to be MJPEG, but what if you export to another format? This way we know it is not Premiere screwing it up.
Thanks for your reply - sorry not to have been in touch sooner, I've been away.
De-interlacing does look much much better, and seems to solve the problem. However, when I mentioned I was de-interlacing interlaced footage on the stock video forum, everyone said It would mean halving the quality - Is this correct?
Have you installed the latest version of Cineform?
Deinterlacing means trhrowing a half vertical resolution.
Only deinterlace for the web, otherwise leave it interlaced.
No, I haven't downloaded it - Does CS5 not come with it built in?
Forgive my ignorance, but what do I do with it after I've downloaded it?
Thanks so much for your help - This is driving me crazy!
No Premiere does not come with Cineform.
Go to the Cineform site and download the latest version. Upgrading to CS5 is not for free.
I use to have ghosting in CS4, but updating to the latest version (in CS4) solved that problem.
Dont have any ghosting in CS5.
Thanks Ann - Please can you tell me what I'm looking for to download on their website? Is it Neoscene I should buy?
Sorry - I'm new to this! Thanks
I've downloaded the trial version of Neoscene and the captured video still has ghosting - Also, when I try to import the video into Premiere I just get a green screen.
Unless I'm doing something wrong?
Project Settings - 1440 x 1080
export settings - 1920 x 1080 Square pixels
Maybe correct that difference?
The export setting does not make ghosting.
HDV can be exported to square pixel with no problem.
I won't argue with that. It's just something that stood out for me that I thought might be worth investigating.