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Wavey Picture Problem w/After Effect

Wavey Picture Problem w/After Effect

Wavey Picture Problem w/After Effect

I am capturing via firewire and Premiere 6. When I do any editing in AFX 5.0 the video that plays has a wavey effect to it.  I have even tried taking the video and converting it to MPEG2 in ULead Media Pro but still get the effect.  At first I thought it might bea masking problem, but found that even if I do nothing other then load  single file to AFX and then export it I get same results.  Is this a problem with my composition settings or is there some sort of anchoring I need to do with the imported video onto the comp page.  The resulting video is a little jumpy and very wavey.  I have never had this problem until I started trying to uese AFX. I am just learning this program but have done several projects with ULead media Pro Studio 6 and Premiere

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