Export HD video as flv for the Web: judder during fast movements in the film
Frage von strike: Juni 2009
I have an HD-encoded video for the Web in flv. The final version has slightly in flv (jerky images during fast movements, only in the vicinity of the camera, such as walkers, cyclists) on. Otherwise, the quality is very good and without Beieinträchtigungen. The video was shot with a Canon XH A1 HD mode (; edited 50i frame rate, Ed 1080i) and with Premiere CS3.
Type: MPEG movie Resolution: 1440 x 1080 Depth: 1440 Framerate: 25,00 The source audio format: 48000 Hz - compressed - Stereo Audio format of the project: 48000 Hz - 32-bit floating point - Stereo Average data rate: 3.2 MB / sec Pixel Aspect Ratio: 1.333
Media Encoder: Flash Video, On2 VP6, 512x288, Frame rate "as original" Bitrate 950 kb / s
In Premiere CS3, it runs completely smoothly. Will encode it as a mov, occur rather than the bucking combs. I have always chosen the wrong setting in the encoder?
Can anyone help? Thank you.
Antwort von tommyb:
Interlacing ridges =
lem getting to interlacing, you must DeInterlace. Either make it one of 50i and 50p picture has no jerking, but it turns 50i or 25p Picture and one must expect the subject of deinterlacing method with jerks.
Be dazzled fields, this can be eliminated almost completely the jerk at 25p. When images are interpolated, however, it can result in pans or even, not too quick moves like an ugly any jumping in your case.
Antwort von strike:
Thanks for the quick response. So far I unfortunately still stuck in the matter. If the deinterlacing done with Premiere? In the encoder, I have found no such attitude. You have way with the right pan. You synonymous run irregularly after the export.