I'm a physicist with no experience in video production.
I work with satellite imagery and I have created timelapses where one frame corresponds to one minute. It matters I preserve the time/frame rate. However, I am finding this difficult
Using Adobe Premiere Pro I track features on the satellite imagery using a coloured dot (using timeframes etc), then export this as a movie which I analyse using a script I have coded. I then get data regarding where the coloured dots are, their velocity and the interactions between them. However, my velocities are meaningless at the moment because of the frame rate issue - I can't preserve the 1 frame for one minute issue. Sometimes premiere pro skips frames or doesn't update the whole frame, etc.
I cannot get the frames to be preserved though my animation process. I have a counter on the timelapse which increases by 1 for each frame. In the finished video, this no longer increases by 1 for each frame.
I really want to maintain the frame rate and stop "interlacing", i.e. where the whole frame doesn't update. I just want the original video with my animations on them - no other changes.
Edit with examples
Full video (2Mb) can be found here. (https://www.dropbox.com/s/x0dmj9j8br2j4y3/AL_202_Tracking%20copy.mov?dl=0). When going frame by frame, note that the frame counter of the original timelapse at the bottom right hand of the screen does not match that of the resultant video with animation overlay. The solution ideally needs to have each frame of the original timelapse match that of the resultant video. i.e. each time you move forward a frame, the counter increases by an integer.
If anyone is interested what you are looking at; its x-ray imagery from the Hinode satellite (NASA/JAXA) pointing at the sun, looking at eruptions from the sun.