CyberLink Community Forum
where the experts meet
| Advanced Search >
shaking/vibrating playback and producing
Reply to this topic
CJC [Avatar]
Member Private Message Joined: Dec 12, 2013 12:32 Messages: 53 Offline
[Post New]
A movie I just produced was shaking all over the place. I'm assuming it was because of a frame rate issue. I had clips inserted in the beginning that was from a screen recording program that it appears used 10fps, while the rest of my production was 30fps. Is there a way I can fix this problem? It appears I can just render/produce the 2 separately and then combine them in a separate project, but I'd prefer not to do that just for simplicity sake.
Reply
Carl312
Senior Contributor Private Message Location: Texas, USA Joined: Mar 16, 2010 20:11 Messages: 9090 Offline
[Post New]
Quote: A movie I just produced was shaking all over the place. I'm assuming it was because of a frame rate issue. I had clips inserted in the beginning that was from a screen recording program that it appears used 10fps, while the rest of my production was 30fps. Is there a way I can fix this problem? It appears I can just render/produce the 2 separately and then combine them in a separate project, but I'd prefer not to do that just for simplicity sake.

The real question, what kind of shake is it.

If you post a sample of that video ( 5 to 10 Seconds), we can look at it.

Carl312: Windows 10 64-bit 8 GB RAM,AMD Phenom II X4 965 3.4 GHz,ATI Radeon HD 5770 1GB,240GB SSD,two 1TB HDs.

Reply
Reply to this topic
Powered by JForum 2.1.8 © JForum Team