Not sure about the waves but have you got BOTH FIELDS selected in Playback settings in the Program Monitor? Monitoring only one field at a time gives a streaky output on interlaced footage (you didn't say whether your captured material was 1080i or p) but is it HDV?
The fact that you can create a wave/line free DVD suggests it is a monitoring issue from the time line not a problem with the actual file. What happens if you play the files through Windows Media Player?
The movie is shoot at HD 1440 X 1080. 30fps. Would you please explain the BOTH FIELDS to me.
How can I prevent this while playing my video and editing it inside Premiere Pro.
Also, I been trying to upload a test version, but I keep on getting upload error message.
Look at the pictures in this post for further info
"I been trying to upload a test version" Sorry...of what... I don't follow.
If you click PLAYBACK SETTINGS on your program Monitor by scrolling down you should see an option of upper field, lower field, or both fields. make sure the both fields option is selected.
Yes your timeline is progressive. Is your capture file preset also progressive?
Try creating a new 1080i 60i sequence and then drop a file onto it for testing. That way your capture and sequence settings will be the same - ideal for editing!
I have done all those settings. Here is my last thread
I used different sequence setting, still see the shakey lines
So, my video is shooting Progressive only ?
By checking fields, is that goring to prevent the shakes and lines ?
post a picture of the shaky lines
Set Playback Resolution to "Full."
It dose notShow, when I have still picture. It only shows when the movie is running. It has to be a moving motion. I been trying uploading small version of the movie, and it keeps on failing. Is it possible to upload a movie, instead of a picture...
I Captured few movies from my Older DV Camcorder Canon GL1, which shoots at: 720 X 480 Standard DV. And I did noticed the same problem, During play-back inside Premiere Pro, The Shakey Lines...
I captured a screen shot from Display Setting Of GL1. It dose show The Display First Second and Both Fields.
Here is the screen shot.
Would you explain what is First, Second And Both Fields means.
Thank you very much.
from what I hear seems that you have a similar problem than me.
First it looks that your sequence settings doesn´t fit your source material. When your take HDV at 1440x1080 then it is definitely 1080i, so interlaced. You can see wikipedia for the meaning of interlaced, to make it short, you have 50 (Germany e.g.) or 60 (US) fields per second, two fields build one frame. The top field are the odd numbers of lines of the frame (1,3,5,...). The bottom field is the even numbers of lines of the frame (2,4,6,...), displayed 1/60s after the top field. This is different from progressive, where the whole frame is displayed every 1/30s (30p US). Progressive is only possible at 720 lines vertical. So you have to choose the right sequence settings according to your camera setting/source material. ou
In interlaced mode (1080i) you can see some "wipeing" effects when motion comes in play. Especially when the picture is scaled. I think it is scaled since you use the preview window of the source monitor and having both fields enabled. You should see a perfect picture when you only select top or bottom field. In the preview window that should be enough.
I have my preview on a seperate monitor. Here it is useful to display both field because I have more resolution (FullHD TV). But here Premiere does some strange job as described here: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/687274?tstart=0
In the third image I often have a horizontal misalignment. Is that effect similar to yours? Often the picture stutters as it was only half the framerate is the source material has.
I have no solution for this problems now.
Thank you very much for your time, and explaining those factors. I think I have the correct sequence.
Why is Fields section Dimmed ?
Also, please look at my previous Post, regarding the correct setting for my camera.
I saw you pictures, your pictures look kind of Blurry, My problem is similar to you, My Display looks like a Ocean wave going from bottom to up, and a Very Quick Sharp Line from left to right. And it is happening during Play mode. In other words, If I Pause my movie, I don't see it.
Thank you very much