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iMovie Export vom 1080p50 Film / Übergänge ziittern

Export from iMovie 1080p50 film / transitions ziittern



Frage von suchar:
Januar 2011

Hi,

I want to describe an error, which I have encountered while working on a film 1080p50 (Panasonic Full HD 707) with iMovie.

iMovie can be synonymous to 1080 50p clips as events moved to place and edit (you need only adjust the plist). Can not be changed but the basis for the iMovie Project (either 30fps or 25fps).

And here we have the problem - the main material is indeed present as 50fps, but the Project will want to make the transitions as a 25fps clip. If it is then ready to export from iMovie, you can of course set 50fps and are synonymous exported, working at crossings but iMovie is not entirely accurate.

In the exported file, the transitions with shaky faces are shown.

I assume that the sequence of frames deer body s.der be exchanged for a Picture. It is especially visible when you (.. mast of a surfboard, a wall) a transition (eg Qube) s.einer body with quick lateral movement of a contrasting edge mounts.

Unfortunately, I could still find no workaround for this Phenomän. : (

Can you (those, who call a 50p HD camcorder you own) readjust my test and verify the result, so we just reviewed one frame at the transition point.

About feedback of you and maybe suggestions I would be very happy .. :)

Greetings
suchar



Antwort von Axel:

I find it remarkable that it has succeeded you as 50p in iMovie to import such 1080th Although I have not dealt with the matter specifically to have right now synonymous no way to test it, but I would now ask you a question. Open one of the clips with iMovie press gecaptureten the QT Player and Apple + i. If it says "FPS: 50", all respect!

Then, in the interest of all the iMovie user, please describe in detail where you have edited that plist.

If this first hurdle is taken, can be determined, the Render module hack synonymous. Very untypical for Mac users, this Rififi.



Antwort von suchar:

Hi,

The workaround has been published several times .. here as a link
http://ianperegian.com/My_FZ35_38_Webpage/Edit_1080_50p_and_burn_a_disk.html

The Import and Export has really 50fps (it is important that not every picture is repeated two times but there are 50 different images result.

@ Very untypical for Mac users, this Rififi.
is looking not mind what the typical Mac user, but MacUser I have only been 2 months - I come from the IT industry - for me, Calculator a working machine and OS is just a BS - no preference whether unix, osx, dos , windows ..

Greetings
suchar








Antwort von Axel:

Hammer!

The article describes the direct export from iMovie as H.264.
new rendering of, not in the footage contained pixels, how it applies even in transitions and effects, is always better, the less compressed the render codec. H.264 is simultaneously re-calculated and re-compressed. For the quality, it would be better, the movie with Quicktime export again as AIC with 50 fps to export non-interlaced (interlaced, not tick box in the "Compression" Tab). I do not have 50p material and can not check it myself, but it would be worth a try.
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are rendered from this high-quality AIC "Master", in the hope synonymous transitions in the correct frame rate, can then be compressed by the method described in the link again.

Later in the tutorial will be for the Bluray and exports with the toast 50p anyway back to 50i. I doubt (just that), that the quality is better than with already turned in 50i video, but maybe.

If you have Bock, vice's take a screenshot of the error, a picture that occur during transitions.



Antwort von MarioX:

I had the workflow synonymous put in here. For me there are no problems with the transitions. The quality suffers but generally s.den places where the clip has to be converted to process (slow motion, reverse clip etc.). Currently I have a Project but with quite a problem with asynchronous sound and I'm not just behind it.



Antwort von suchar:

Hi,

Here's an example .. contact the center for each track frame (Qube transition)
The picture is sometimes ahead, then small steps back .. : (

Greetings
suchar



Antwort von Axel:

"Suchar" wrote:
Hi,

Here's an example .. contact the center for each track frame (Qube transition)
The picture is sometimes ahead, then small steps back .. : (

Greetings
suchar


I see neither a link nor a attachment.

But the description fits on an interlace problem (we Crochet us a video).



Antwort von suchar:

sorry, I can not get back upload a video here (2 MB) ..: (

another attempt

PS. The film is 50p




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