I'm currently using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 (Free version).
I recorded a video on my computer (of simple Windows 7 features) via the Snagit program for a project I'm working on for work. The file was a video without audio and in AVI format. It played fine in Windows Media Player (As an AVI) with none of the issues I would eventually encounter.
However, when I imported it into Premiere and attempted to play it back, there are pixelations and "ghosts" of the window I'm moving (I'm demonstrating Windows 7's Aero features, so I move the window around the screen). And it's even more pixelated and ugly looking after being exported after adding a simple title screen.
Any ideas? I've tried an Anti-Flicker filter but that isn't helping at all. Thanks!
Welcome to the forum.
Unfortunately, AVI is but a wrapper. It is what is inside that wrapper that is important. This ARTICLE will give you background and also methods to peek inside the wrapper. Please post those details.
Ah, ok! Now I understand.
I was actually able to convert to an FLV and just skip creating the comments within the video and post the video directly to a PDF. Thanks for the helpful article though!