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  • vienna1944er
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    Sorry I cannot upload another version of the dissolve clip in higher quality because the forum rules do not allow zip >350 KB.
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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Sounds to me more like WMP Classic decoding the stream in some strange way with regards to the interlacing. I'm struggling to find a fault in WMP (the Microsoft release), VLC and EDIUS.

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  • Peter Pan
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    For playback of the exported version - doesn´t matter if mpg, or avi or hq avi - I use the latest Windows MediaPlayer Classic and other players on two Dell 24´´ PC-LCD monitors plus a new LCD tv. The same effect shows on other machines, too.
    As compared to the dissolves played directly from the timeline, the exported versions show that annoying flicker - which both of you obviously do not see - maybe because you don´t have the timeline version as comparison.
    Playing back the exported mpg or avi in Edius (4.61) shows smooth transitions.
    Sorry I cannot upload another version of the dissolve clip in higher quality because the forum rules do not allow zip >350 KB. Source material is PAL HDV with 1.440x1.080, digitized with the Canopus HQ avi codec.
    Peter

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  • SRsupport
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    I looks ok here. ( a bit blurry)
    What I did was unzipped,
    Made a pal project and played it via the nx to a broadcast monitor.

    Can you upload that same piece in full resolution dv?
    What was the source?

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Hmm, it appears ok on my machine here (v4.61).

    What are you previewing with, to see the flickering? Is it burnt to a DVD and played on a television? Or are you using Windows Media Player?

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  • Peter Pan
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    Here´s a short example, exported from a timeline with: PAL HDV, 1.440x1.080, 50i, uff - to: mpg2, 352x576, uff, Standard quality. No multitrack transitions.
    Peter
    Attached Files

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Ok - what format is the source content on the timeline, and is it affecting both a same-track transition and multi-track (A/B) transition?

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  • SRsupport
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    Can the following so we can help you?
    Go in the project folder.
    IF you used shift g you will see trans... in the rendered folder.

    Can you upload one of those trans....renders so we can have a look at it?

    Steve

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  • Peter Pan
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    I have tried all possible combinations of field order (uff, lff etc.) in the project settings and the F11 export settings - no change in the flickering output of the dissolves.

    Also, I have pre-rendered my transitions with shift-G before exporting - to no avail.

    I am working in a PAL environment.

    Peter

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Is it a flicker in the sense of reversed field ordering?

    I know that some transitions allow for rendering in reverse order..


    Also, have you tried a test where you pre-render a transition in EDIUS before exporting, to see what happens?

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  • Peter Pan
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    Exported dissolve transitions show flicker

    Hi,

    All sequences I export from EDIUS 4.xx via ProCoder 3 or ProCoder Express to mpg, avi etc. - doesn´t matter which format I choose - show a distinct and annoying flicker in the dissolve transitions - whereas the same transitions run absolutely smooth when played directly from the completely rendered timeline on both PC monitor and external LCD-TV (and on the videos exported to tape).

    The exported transitions (standard 2D dissolves between 6 and 30 frames) flicker, i.e. they look like an old movie with its distinct variations between lighter and darker frames.

    I work with flawless high end equipment and have tried a lot of avenues to solve the problem - to no avail so far.

    Any idea what could cause it?

    Regards,

    Peter
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