Any one know why when using this filter it wrecks the motion? I have tried it several times with same reslult. Makes the motion choppy even after render.
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10-18-2004 10:48 AM
10-18-2004 10:59 AM
Give more details....are you editing on a 24fps timeline? What filter are you using...?Films on Vimeo: http://www.vimeo.com/pinelakeflms/videos[/SIZE]
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10-18-2004 11:50 AM
I believe that it has to do with the temporal smoothing variable. Try adjusting it out. I have had a similar problem with what your talking about. I recall making a change to the temporal smoothing as well as some other setting all at the same time. So I cannot guarantee that the temporal smothing did the trick. I do know that if you use too much temporal smoothing you'll get a flickering effect. This filter seems to work well on static shots. Pans will result in strobing especially if the contents of the shot change drastically.
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10-18-2004 12:20 PM
Additional info. It is 24pa on the 23.975 timeline. It seems to slow the motion, audio is ok. I shot it under exposed and this filter pulled it out better then any other. I will try the other stuff when I get home, thanks for the help.
10-18-2004 02:34 PM
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Did you make sure to render the footage? The playback is quite rough on many systems until you render.Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the men of old; seek what they sought.
10-25-2004 03:20 PM
Must be some difference between render work area and final output. It looks ok after final output.