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    A video was captured on a Canon XHA 1 and the shutter speed was 25 fps and the result is a strobe effect, can E5 or 6 alter this to stop the strobe effect i.e can it compensate for a slow shutter or increase to 50 fps.
    Can anyone help on this one please

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    Originally posted by harveylexton View Post
    A video was captured on a Canon XHA 1 and the shutter speed was 25 fps and the result is a strobe effect, can E5 or 6 alter this to stop the strobe effect i.e can it compensate for a slow shutter or increase to 50 fps.
    Can anyone help on this one please
    Thought the XH A1 only recorded at 50i ?
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    • #3
      This is a shutter speed problem, because of low light the speed slowed to let more light in and this caused a strobe effect.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by harveylexton View Post
        This is a shutter speed problem, because of low light the speed slowed to let more light in and this caused a strobe effect.
        Ahhhhh.... You had the Camera on auto shutter ??? I think in that case you are stuck. As the scene changed the shutter would have changed speed possibly even in the same shot to accomodate the changing light levels.
        A bit late now but did you or the camera operator not see this on the display at the time of shooting?
        Unless someone comes along with a miracle cure I think you are stuck with the footage you have I'm afraid.
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        • #5
          One thing I have tried with mixed success in these kinds of situations is the Motion Blur filter. You will have to dial it down from the default setting of 90. Sometimes it can help a scene a little but isn't a perfect solution.
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