I have a camera with you again with the 576i / 50 and may even start with 576p / 50!
As for me is the name irritert i and p!
I would love to play the recorded material to a portable video player and in the Instructions of the portable players is as follows:
Video playback: MPEG-4 SP with B-Frames with stereo sound. Near DVD quality up to 720x480 @ 30 f / s (NTSC), 720x576 @ 25 f / s (PAL), AVI file format. WMV9 (including protected files) up to 352x288 @ 30 f / s, and 800 KBit/s4.
How should I set the camera now?
576i or 576p?
The camera seems willing to only 50 frames, or think about the 50 fields?
In the portable video player manual but what stands of 25 frames at 720 * 576!
When the camera is eien JVC GY-HD100E
Antwort von Axel:
I do not believe you that this is your camera. But apart from that, the camera has two PAL-SD modes, ie two possibilities here aufzuzeichen usual standard TV format: Both are working with 25 frames per second. In 576i50 every other row in a 50tel second is staggered over time and with the previous lines interwoven (i = nterlaced, hence the "i"). In the 576p25 mode, the 25 images are included as separate images in sequence or p rogressive. A work for television would be done in SD Resolutioneher in "i". For modern playback devices (plasma, LCD, Projector), you would prefer to work progressively, as synonymous in HDV 720p ().