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Steven Wilson
Video Playback Jumpy in FCP - Sony XDCAM 1080i50
on Nov 28, 2012 at 7:03:29 am

hi there,

first of all let me tell you my sequence and video details
video footage and sequence settings: XDCAM EX 1080i

when i playback my videos from my SONY EX3 or from Quicktime they look fine.

i have notice the during playback in FCP my video jump/(like pixelate transition).
But if i exported it everything looks normal.

So am guessing is something on the preview. I have attach you a photo to have look at it and tell me your opinion why this problem happens: 5007_screenshot20121128at08.49.00.png.zip


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Jim Vlies
Re: Video Playback Jumpy in FCP - Sony XDCAM 1080i50
on Nov 28, 2012 at 2:57:20 pm

First I thought your render was on 'preview' but this looks much more bad. Maybe a codec issue? In the sequence settings?

Does is also happen when you play the clip(s) in the viewer?


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Steven Wilson
Re: Video Playback Jumpy in FCP - Sony XDCAM 1080i50
on Nov 28, 2012 at 3:42:54 pm

in the viewer the clip seems OK. I believe also is a sequence/timeline issue. The sequence has the same settings with the video footage. When i insert them in the timeline FCP does not pop up any format and timeline does not need render either. So this tell me that video footage and sequence are ok.

I have install xdcam codec again but nothing helps.

I have work other projects in the past with the same setup but its the first time happening to me.


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Jim Vlies
Re: Video Playback Jumpy in FCP - Sony XDCAM 1080i50
on Dec 3, 2012 at 9:50:14 am

It looks like your hardware can't buffer it. Too much information for the hardware. It is strange thought. For me this happens when i play a big mp4 h264 in vlc player, but when I play it in quicktime, it's ok.

So I'm only guessing here. It's not THE answer you need, but this is as far as I know. Never had the problem myself.


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