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Look at what I mean: Youtube link

Titles slide to the center all choppy, laggy, like they are skipping frames... I tried with better quality 1920 etc... but all that does is enlarge my picture which isn't really helpful considering I have a small raster picture to start with and the animation is still sluggish. What gives?

These are my Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 settings for exporting video:

w: 320, h: 240
frame rate: 30
aspect: D1/DV PAL (1.0940)
TV standard: NTSC
Profile: high
level: 1,3
render at maximum depth: "checked"

bitrate encoding: VBR, 1 pass
target and maximum bitrate: 0,18

use maximum render quality: "checked"

PS.: How can I improve quality of the video, setting it to 1920*1080 just enlarges my video, which pixelates my raster picture in the video.

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What is the actual frame rate on your sequence in Premiere? Faster frame rate in export won't help if the sequence frame rate is slow. – AJ Henderson Mar 13 '14 at 3:27
hmmm, how do I check the sequence frame rate? – future_man Mar 13 '14 at 11:12
I don't have Premiere in front of me at the moment, but I believe it is the properties of the sequence. Try right clicking in the list of media for the project or using the Sequence menu while you have the sequence open. – AJ Henderson Mar 13 '14 at 14:07

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