Saturday, October 15, 2005

A Dilemma

I've finished my final animation for this week's assignment and I redid last weeks assignment as well. Sadly, I've become a victim of frame dropping. For some reason Premiere drops some of the frames of my animation. I have no clue why this is happening or how to fix it. If anyone knows how to solve my problem, please let me know asap.


Anonymous said...

Hey Jocelyn, I think the possible reason you are dropping frames may be in the way the footage is interpreted when you import it into Premiere. I found this out when I was importing my footage into Adobe After Effects. AE was interpreting the footage at 30fps instead of 24 (even though all my project settings were for 24fps). When I rendered my composition to .mov I ended up losing 6fps. I right-clicked on the footage and selected "Interpret". From there I could change it to 24fps. I then updated it through my preferences so I no longer have to worry about it. Again, this was After Effects, but they are both Adobe and have similar setups.


Jocelyn Cofer said...

Thanks a bunch Chris, I'll try that out!