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AVCHD vs. Motion JPEG? (Mac / Final Cut)

AVCHD vs. Motion JPEG? (Mac / Final Cut)



Frage von Daffytroll:
März 2011

Hi,

this is my first post here on the forum and I am surprised that apparently (at least I was able to provide the search function noErgebnisse) is not with the codecs of the GH2 was employed.

Maybe my question is synonymous just stupid, but which have advantages and disadvantages of Motion JPEG and AVCHD?

What is clear to me already:

Motion JPEG:
After 2-GB is closing (in my opinion goes to but for the scenic Rotary)
+ Final Cut compatible without an import or re-encoding

AVCHD
Cut-noFinal compatibility

I suppose really that Motion JPEG compressed less and therefore provides a better image than AVCHD, right? Nevertheless, all seem to use AVCHD to ... why is that?

And what kind of frame rates (or 720p50 synonymous Time Lapse variable frame rates) with the relevant codecs are possible or not possible?

How does this look with Interlace? To 50i I can basically do without:-D
1080p25 is available in two variants?

I'm curious about your answers and if I'm just encouraging degree hose or too stupid to google me ;-)

Greetings,

David



Antwort von tommyb:

There are two codecs that are technically very far apart.

MJPEG and AVCHD both have no built-in file limit. You can create files to the hard drive is bursting.

The limit is 2GB of memory cards which are used in cameras. That are formatted with FAT32 and here lies the problem. Incidentally, the maximum individual file size nicht2GB but whole 4GB.


Quote:
I suppose really that Motion JPEG compressed less and therefore provides a better image than AVCHD, right? Nevertheless, all seem to use AVCHD to ... why is that?

AVCHD is extremely efficient in compression. Compared to MJPEG one has but at the same data rate (= the same file size) a much better image - especially if the data rate is very low.

Quote:
And what kind of frame rates (or 720p50 synonymous Time Lapse variable frame rates) with the relevant codecs are possible or not possible?

This is independent from the codec.

Quote:
How does this look with Interlace? To 50i I can basically do without:-D

Then do this

Quote:
1080p25 is available in two variants?

Yes. Only you have to find a camera that captures in MJPEG 1080p25. There are not that many.

PS: It is synonymous with AVCHD 1080p50 ... example of Panasonic.




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