- You'd have to provide some idea of what your source footage is to be able to comment on what's going on here. I also wonder if it somehow might be the CRT and not your footage? Is it always one particular CRT and not any others? IN the program view, you can view odd or even fields only in the pull down menu - don't know if it will help you though.
- I'd have to check this one out myself, but there are two ideas that I'd try. One is to simply range select multiple clips and right click. If that doesn't work, then I'd try to nest the sequence and then deflicker the timeline.
Hope this helps,
For #2, you can set the attributes/Effects on one Clip, Rt-click and choose Copy. Then, Select all other Clips, Rt-click and choose Paste Attributes. I think that this will work for Anti-Flicker, but please test and report. For full Effects, the Copy/Paste Attributes method works fine.
Interesting that I saw your reply listed in the main forum page, but when I went to the thread, it did not appear, until after I had posted.
With that attribute/Effect, Anti-Flicker, will the Copy/Paste Attributes work, like with an added Effect?