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    Photos in Prem pro

    When i use photos in pemiere pro and use key frams to pan and scan the photos seem to sparkle on play back. They don't have the same look as the video.
    I realise photos are different than digital video but i'm just trying to get it looking better.

    The photos were taken using my canon ixus 7mp camera.
    Do i need to deinterlace the photos or something like that?.

    Thanks, westie.
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    Ok, right clicking on the image in the timeline brings up some options. Which one should i use to stop the images from sparkling/flickering?
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    I've never had any trouble animating photos, but I would certainly try the various field options. Flicker removal could be worth a try but I've found that it can impact the picture quality. I'd try all the options and see what happens.

    If you like, you could upload one of the photos you're using and I/we could see if we have any trouble animating it.

    Is the problem consistent with all your photos?
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    Not all of the photos but some really sparkle and are a pain.
    I'm working on a project at the mo and need to get it sorted.

    As an example theres one photo of a bike parked on gravel and as the photo pans in the gravel sparkles/flickers.

    I've tried some of those options in premiere but they dont seem to work.
    The photos are quite large in size, about 2-3mb's.
    Could that be the problem?

    I could post one but thats one big photo.
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    Did you try interlacing consecutive frames? After thinking about it a bit more that would be my pick.

    If all else fails, adding a slight motion blur might help.
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    I've had a play and tried that.
    It helped but i've found resizing the pictures and what youve said about interlacing seems to work best. Now I've got to go back thru the time line and replace the photos with resized ones.
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