Hi guys, I've still not quite out with me why the export with Adobe Premiere CS4 the videos instead of the original liquid, look as if you are runtergekippt 3 glasses of vodka. This means that the form with the smallest movements are streaks, and you have to draw many shapes for themselves.
Antwort von deti:
When I select export square pixels, progressive, 29.97 fps, 1280x720, h264
Am I doing something wrong?
That depends on whether you want to have as a final result progressive or interlaced material. If one with the HV20 1080i films, then the result will look increasingly synonymous s.besten in 1080i. The Effect of you is appointed by the deinterlacer the editing software, so that, due to interlaced fields back whole picture. One can possibly affect the settings of the deinterlacer or disable him, so that either the picture is blurred or the typical Interlacekämme be visible. In principle, it remains of adverse effects, unless you remain in the 1080i format and this is synonymous again on a device, the 1080i dominated (eg a television).
Alternatively, you can shoot with your HV20 synonymous future progressive, so that should not occur more these effects. However, then jerk quick movements.
Another thing: Why do you work in Germany with cameras to make the 29.97 FPS? Where did you get these cameras?
If you mess that is your Project to 29.97 FPS and 25FPS the camera makes, such adverse effects would also occur because the frame rate conversion.
Antwort von Axel:
The first thread of Dezo to the 24p mode of its import-HV20, whose progressive images "are written as" HDV onto tape and 29.97 need a pull down, aged over three years. We recommended at that time, either in "i to film or to buy a European product.
Antwort von DezorianGuy:
Moment, I film with 29.97 frames, not with 24p. As I film with i? I film but with 29.97 frames - which is interlaced or?
My question is whether I can use the two cameras together in a sequence. Wherein the one cam 30fps (pal starts) and the other 29.97 (ntsc). This has to do with what Drunken-Effect of resolution, or with the frames? Well with the frames, right? I want to export progressive. Is there a visible difference if you exported to 30 or 29.97? Or in square pixel or 16:9? My sequence is filled with 1280x720 (IXUS, 30fps) and 1440x1080 (hv20, 29.97 fps) material. So, I export the whole thing in 16:9, not square pixel, 1280x720 resolution and fps 29.97. Do I have a pulldown with my hv20, synonymous if they have not included in the 24p mode? I'm a little confused ... again only after years have was filmed. Would be great if there's an easy-to-understand answer. thanks:)