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Old June 20th, 2007, 05:37 PM   #1
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I did some searching on this and didnt really come up with much in the way of how to avoid it, but more importantly, how possibly to correct/do-away-with it in Post.

We've just finished principal photography on an indie feature, using the XH-A1 and Panasonic AMQ tapes. 90% of it was shot with a lot of well-organized one-shot takes using a monopod. Regardless of the lighting situations, day or night, we're getting this minor ghosting effect on the footage playback when playing from the camera to the TV. Also noticable when a clip is Exported to DVD.

I've got 10-12 hours of footage to sort out, and I just want to know that there is a way to correct this in post, and how to do so within Premiere. I have PPro 2.0 and aftereffects.

Thanks so much in advance for any help you can provide. This is my first shoot with the XH-A1, and first time I will actually be putting the feature together myself in Premiere.

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Old June 21st, 2007, 09:08 AM   #2
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I'm just a geek, and relative newcomer to DV production. All the same, I would be willing to look at the problem and see if there's a way to process the image and remove your ghosts. Any thoughts on what caused them in the first place?

If you provided a small-ish clip (via web-hosting, FTP, e-mail, or whatever else you feel might work), I or one of the actual experts here would be able to get started.

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