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    Canon HF S100 playback problem


      I'm using Premiere Pro CS5 on a Win7 x64 machine, importing video 1920x1080 video from a Canon HF S100, recorded in High Quality "MXP" mode.


      When I play the video (either in the Source window, or in final rendered form), the video frames move up and down slightly several times a second.  It looks like the camera was on a vibrating platform--but it wasn't; it was on a tripod.  Further, the .mts files displayed in Windows Media Player, or Pixela ImageMixer, or directly from camera to TV, do not have this shake.


      I'm pretty sure I just have a setting wrong somewhere in Premiere Pro.  Any thoughts?  I tried "Always Deinterlace", and the other Field Options, but they didn't help.


      Here's an example I uploaded to YouTube which shows the problem.  (It's easier to see full screen.)  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMzRfqfYmbM

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