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Red Flashes in Premiere Pro

 4:25 pm on Nov 19, 2009 (gmt 0)

I edited a video in premiere pro and exported to FLV using the adobe media encoder. At certain frames, a red flash appears suddenly and disappears.

Is there any way to avoid the red flashes



 8:14 pm on Nov 19, 2009 (gmt 0)

Entire frame or an artifact spot in one of the frames? Can you view it somewhere frame by frame, stop frame on the red flash frame?

Generally I've found unexpected artifacts are **usually** due to something on my system being goofy. The closest example I can recall ATM is before I added another RAM chip and larger HD, I used to get entire 2 or 3 seconds of corrupted video data, like static or misplaced parts of the frames. Re-encoding it with all other applications closed seemed to help, which was my clue.

You can also use the encoder as a standalone without having to open the extremely memory intensive application (Premiere.) The encoder should install as a stand alone when you installed Premiere.


 12:52 am on Nov 20, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hi Rocky

The red flash appear for the entire frame. Earlier when i was converting the videos , i dint get any such issues.

I will redo the conversion with other applications closed.

Is it becos of using mpgs as source.


 4:42 pm on Nov 20, 2009 (gmt 0)

Ghost in the machine?

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