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Skipping video - FCP question


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Hi all,
I'm using FCP on my iMac for some video editing.
When I play back in final cut, everything plays fine, there is no skipping, everything is on track, every syncs up and works fine.

When I'm done, and I render all my video, and I go to convert, using quicktime conversion, my video always skips.

I have been converting to h.246 or .avi. The end result always has skips in it. Visable ones.

Am I using the wrong format to convert? Is it my computer?

I am using two different cameras, with footage from both. But I capture both in the same way. I'm using an HD one, and a non hd one.

Thanks.
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Hmm, never heard of this before. Your video plays back fine in the timeline? When you export it make sure and check your average frame rate. There could be a preference changing it when you export.
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