Videos of Moving Water always have horrible artifacts

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This goes beyond UAVs into video editing. But it comes up every time I shoot moving water (rivers) from above (P3P or Mavic). I export from Premiere Pro using different formats (wmv,mp4/h.264) and bit rates. Usually exporting to 1080p whether I shot at 4k or 1080. No matter what export settings I try I always get strange swirling patterns that didn't exist in the original footage. It looks like a machine learning system tried to reinterpret the noise in water footage as ghosts flying through the Disneyland Haunted Mansion. Anyone know how avoid this?
 
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I don't use Adobe, but tried HITFIL4EXPRESS free and didn't see any problems. And this water is really moving!
 
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Did you figure out your water problem? My new problem is my formerly fast kick butt PC is really horrible for editing these HD videos. It's a 3Ghz i5-750 w/16GB Ram. Using thes 2.7k HD video files in realtime editing mode is like pulling teeth. Maybe there something different about the video files being created by the phantom, as it never seem to be an issue with the movie files from a still camera. That is cameras that could take videos. Still in HD video, either my PC is getting polluted, or these files are busier? What are people using for desktops with good results?
 

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