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gfxmotion says

hi, you should re-render with proper settings in Cd4,try this: Quicktime movie-PNG use the same fps in c4d and ae, also turn on anti-aliasing to Best and check this:

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lenerway says

Hi farvahar,

Please give us some more detail about the render settings.
A screenshot of the render settings panel would be great.
By the way check the frame rate of the project settings and the render settings which can be different in your project and cause the flickering.
Upload a small preview of your video so we can see what and where the problem is.

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