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Lise Ă–sterlindWhy do I get black frames when I have exported a film with Nikon D5200?
by on Dec 23, 2014 at 6:24:45 pm

The source is 1920X1080 and the output is the same before I export the film. I do not see any black frames while editing. I am editing with Adobe Premiere 12.


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Todd PerchertRe: Why do I get black frames when I have exported a film with Nikon D5200?
by on Dec 29, 2014 at 9:23:36 pm

Try this. In PPro, drag an imported clip from a bin to the lower right hand corner of the bin and drop it on the 'new item' icon. This will make a new sequence from the clip that matches the clip. Then when you export, select 'match sequence settings' checkbox - that should be all you need to do. Now render. Does it still show black at all? It shouldn't. My guess is that there is a difference in pixel aspect or something between your sequence and render settings.
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