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 Stutter Playback Issue with MX2 Move 
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Post Stutter Playback Issue with MX2 Move
Hello - I'm hoping some of you can help me figure out what to do to eliminate the stuttering I am seeing in playback with this short TL clip, watch the edges of the tree as the camera moves past it (and please ignore the dust spots I know I also need to fix those!):

https://www.dropbox.com/s/q7y3t1jxu2oel ... mp4_v3.mp4



The clip comes from an AE sequence of CR2 files.

AE sequence settings:
Composition size: 2880 x 1920
Square PAR
Frame rate:24
Resolution:full 2880x1920

Sequence Settings in Premiere:
Editing mode:DSLR
Timebase:24.00 frames/second
Frame: 1920x1080
Square PAR
Files:None (progressive Scan)
Display Format:24fps Timecode
Clip is scaled to 70%

Export settings from Premiere:

H.264
1920 x 1080
Frame Rate: 24
Field Order : progressive
Aspect : 1.0
NTSC
Profile:High
Level:4
CBR:25
Key frames:1

I can't help but wonder if the stuttering is an artifact of being too close to the tree with the camera? My settings in-camera by the way if it helps were:

Shutter: 0.5"
F/22 with lens-twist

I have also tried exporting as M2v, AVI, and WMV with various settings, and no matter what I do the stutter as the camera passes the tree is still evident.

Any ideas?

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Thu Dec 26, 2013 11:13 am
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Post Re: Stutter Playback Issue with MX2 Move
How did you import your original TL sequence into either AE or Premier? Its hard to be certain when viewing footage online but try this.

In AE, if you imported your footage as an image sequence right click on the sequence, drop down to Interpret > Main > and then inter the frame rate to interpret to, either 24 or 23.976 to match your Premiere timeline. Do this even if the correct frame rate appears in the navigator/inspector window.

Let us know if that works.


Fri Dec 27, 2013 12:04 am
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Post Re: Stutter Playback Issue with MX2 Move
This has nothing to do with the Mx2, it has everything to do with post production framerates..

Make sure you are setting your 'interepret footage' framerate the same as your comp and output framerate.

Right click your image sequence in the project pane
Choose 'interperate footage and main', set to the same framerate as your comp and render target settings

If you would like to set the default interperate setting goto edit/preferances/import and set there.


Fri Dec 27, 2013 8:41 am
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Post Re: Stutter Playback Issue with MX2 Move
Hey guys -

Thanks for the replies. I know it can;t have anything to do with the Mx2 because I've never had this issue in the past....I did have the Interpret/Main frame base rate also set to 24 fps as I had read an older thread where jay suggested this to someone with the same problem.

Interestingly - I tried and experiment where I rendered out 1920x1080 72 dpi JPEGs from LR and created the TL from those, and wouldn't you know it, the stuttering is gone.

So, I wonder if this is an issue with my hardware not being able to handle CR2 files?

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Sun Dec 29, 2013 11:23 am
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