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24p is notorious for juddering images. Even when shooting 35mm film there are critical panning speeds that will cause horrible strobing effects on screen. It's a combination of frame rate, a human thing called retinal retention and movement. Here's an article I wrote on the subject in the Community help files. It's also mentioned in the FAQ on this forum. There are lot's of other references to the problem on the web.
The solution is to change the speed or hide the problem with motion blur.
Thanks, Rick. I was hoping that if I just did all my AE comps in 30p and changed my PPro sequence to 30p, then the orignial 24p video footage would still look good and the AE Movies would not be jittery. I guess it's a little more complicated than that. I appreciate your help.
Dale Carpenter wrote:
I guess it's a little more complicated than that.
Yup. Here's a word of advice: don't try to learn AE intuitively. You'll get lost & frustrated, and that would be a shame. I strongly recommend beginning at the beginning.