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    At 1080 60p or 720p i notice stuttering when i play back the footage on the timeline. Evan when i burn to DVD i notice some stuttering when i watch on TV. what am i doing wrong ,can any one help me please. on 1080 60i i am fine no stuttering on p's
    Last edited by dhardjono; 04-27-2012, 01:31 AM.
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  • #2
    What are your project settings, clip properties and your computer specs? Are you seeing this on your computer monitor or the output reference monitor?
    Jerry
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    • #3
      What is your buffer as it plays? Does it run out?
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      • #4
        Project setting is 1080 60p clip property 1080 60p pc spec is window 7 i7 3.07ghz -ram 12 gb - 64 bit. i am using the monitor from the pc don't have external monitor.
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        • #5
          Hi Mate, check whether you otiginal file is progessive or interlace, then adjust your time accordinly
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          • #6
            Originally posted by dhardjono View Post
            At 1080 60p or 720p i notice stuttering when i play back the footage on the timeline. Evan when i burn to DVD i notice some stuttering when i watch on TV. what am i doing wrong ,can any one help me please. on 1080 60i i am fine no stuttering on p's
            It could be any number of reasons, but looking at your setup and project settings it would appear that you are doing everything right. It could be something to do with the file. Maybe upload one of your original clips that stutters. At least this way others may be able to test it on their systems. mediafire.com is a good place for free distribution of files upto 200MB in size. If the stutters are random in nature, this could point to a problem on your system. Again, this could be confirmed by others testing your files.

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            • #7
              the buffer is 127 to 128
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              • #8
                original file is progressive
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by David Harry View Post
                  It could be any number of reasons, but looking at your setup and project settings it would appear that you are doing everything right. It could be something to do with the file. Maybe upload one of your original clips that stutters. At least this way others may be able to test it on their systems. mediafire.com is a good place for free distribution of files upto 200MB in size. If the stutters are random in nature, this could point to a problem on your system. Again, this could be confirmed by others testing your files.
                  It does not stutter all thru out the video mostly when i am panning this is the same with 720p. i try to encode Anton way with tmpg and it does not stutter on DVD but same with tmpg for blu ray it stuttering so now what thanks.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by dhardjono View Post
                    It does not stutter all thru out the video mostly when i am panning this is the same with 720p. i try to encode Anton way with tmpg and it does not stutter on DVD but same with tmpg for blu ray it stuttering so now what thanks.
                    How are you getting to Blu-ray? As in, are you only using tmpg and what Blu-ray FPS and size are you using? Are you encoding with tmpg, and if so what are you feeding it? What camera did you shoot on, and the exact recording format? Is the stuttering random, or does it do it exactly the same in the same place? Is the stuttering quite quick during the pans? When it is not panning do you notice any strange movements within the frame?

                    If it's not your system and overlay being out of sync. It could be that your shutter speed was too low on the shoot. Also sounds like project settings and clip settings not being exactly the same.

                    Upload one of your panning clips, I think this will help you get to the problem faster as other experienced users will be able to help. Someone else may pick up on something that you missed.

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                    • #11
                      Right click on the file in the bin and convert to hq. Will the converted file play without stuttering?
                      Jerry
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jerry View Post
                        Right click on the file in the bin and convert to hq. Will the converted file play without stuttering?
                        Although this would help to identify if there is a format playback issue to do with the source codec. It does not sound like this is the case, as BD playback is also stuttering from a rendered file. Of course, there could also be an issue with the file preparation and the BD setup as well. Not knowing if the BD is 29.97 or 59.94 is also going to cause a lot of guessing.

                        It is possible that someone can set a project as 60P, due to the common misconception of the term, and in fact be importing 59.94. This would cause the same effect as is being reported, due to frame interpolation. This may well be the case. If so, a render to HQ would still show the same issues.

                        I think it would be best to post a clip, or there will be a lot more variables/questions/requests that will be asked. In these types of scenarios, things usually go round in circles due to the unclear nature of the issue.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Jerry View Post
                          Right click on the file in the bin and convert to hq. Will the converted file play without stuttering?
                          still stuttering
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                          • #14
                            sample footage

                            Originally posted by David Harry View Post
                            Although this would help to identify if there is a format playback issue to do with the source codec. It does not sound like this is the case, as BD playback is also stuttering from a rendered file. Of course, there could also be an issue with the file preparation and the BD setup as well. Not knowing if the BD is 29.97 or 59.94 is also going to cause a lot of guessing.

                            It is possible that someone can set a project as 60P, due to the common misconception of the term, and in fact be importing 59.94. This would cause the same effect as is being reported, due to frame interpolation. This may well be the case. If so, a render to HQ would still show the same issues.

                            I think it would be best to post a clip, or there will be a lot more variables/questions/requests that will be asked. In these types of scenarios, things usually go round in circles due to the unclear nature of the issue.

                            http://vimeo.com/41333132

                            sample footage
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                            • #15
                              what you are seeing is typical PC monitor overlay stutter

                              I am playing your clip in a loop and it looks totally smooth on external 42" Plasma connected to the EDIUS SP hardware via component

                              I can see the stutter on the EDIUS overlay
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