Originally Posted by milosh9k
Yes, I do get this frequently on my 4K videos (I watch them on HD monitor). Not only with trees but also with rich architectural details. I am not sure anything can be done about that, without reducing the sharpness. I attempted to fix this with Adobe Premiere Pro CC Anti-Flicker effect, didn't work
Someone can suggest tip how to resolve this?
Just noticed this (now old ) post.
yes..it's true..it's a sharpness issue related to contrast and exposure settings both on cam or in post,and only when panning/tilting is involved..not a static shot.
I can't solve the thing in the Sony editor which came with the cam at all,overall useless crap.
Here's my way of doing it.
First..I convert the original cam files to avi using cineform codec.
This codec uses meta info and is the way to go for editing files where others stop.
Those avi files I bring in to gopro studio,and bring down sharpness..bring up contrast,and play with exposure settings..the prob is then solved.
After that I export the files in gopro studio for archive and further editing in highest quality.
Then..I bring in those files into the Sony editor and add sound on the timeline.
After all this I make the final file in the Sony editor..picture and sound.
The results are great..smooth panning/tilting..no artifacts..cristal clear 4k footage.
Hope this helps..anyone.
Oh..and yes..you need the gopro studio to do it.
it's the only one able to correct these issues..no other.