firstly I would say that I hold an SR Sony too and I haven't experienced (jet) this kind of problem.
At a first look it seems you have used some anti-shake plugin: is it true?
If yes, what is it? This could be the focus.
Anyway, your stuff appears a "bit shaked".....
In case I'm wrong, may you post the original file? (.MTS if I remember)
Thanks for the reply.
I do not have an anti shake plug in.
Also, the video is shakey because I did not use a monopod - only a handheld. Plus it was cold in Bournemouth.
Finally, I unfortunately do not have the original MTS files as I erased them.
Thank you for your suggestion though.
Sad you have not the original one.
It could have meant a lot.
Imperfections you have in your edited files could have depended by a lot of things: from quick shakes, export bitrate, codecs, computer "gear".........
Does this problem still exist with every files or is related to these "iced spots" only?
Reading more carefully your post, I've seen you wrote ".....create a DVD from the sequence.......".
So, question is: do you have this problem only in "downscaled" DVDs, or Bluray also are affected?
Thank you for your help.
I am getting this problem on exporting to DVD, Blu Ray and digital files such as MPEG2 and MP4 and AVI.
I also get this problem when I use clips from the Panasonic HMC 151.
It is normally glitchy every 20 mins or so. - But even exports which are smaller than that have problems on occassion.