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Old 10-08-2012, 09:44 AM   #1
Stefan Heller
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Lightbulb 2D/3D Animation - Trailer for Artshow


I did the following Animation, it's a Trailer for an Art Show.

My Problem is: Why is the text moving in the beginning flickering at the borders/edges ? I know I should use motion blur, but I already did some tests and it didn't help. I added the motion blur in AE as shown here: (64 sampels). I really tried any setting possible, very weak and very strong motion blur, too.

The problem exists offline inside premiere, AE, VLC and Mediplayer, too. The framerate is 25fps. If I output 30fps (everything is a bit faster, no half-frames!) the issue is still there. Halfframes are no solution too. Ideas?

I have a 30" Dell with 60 Hz. But the issue appears on other peoples PC, too.

I think this video of mine is actually more fluently, isn't it?


edit: when I increase the framerate to 50 or 60 fps the issue is gone :( But can't put it on youtube this way... Well wasn't there Cameron and Peter Jackson lately talking about higher framerates or am I doing something wrong anyway?

Last edited by Cyberdodel : 10-08-2012 at 11:45 AM. Reason: more info
Old 10-08-2012, 09:44 AM   #2
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