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Frage von Jana Sidi:
Februar 2008

Hello together,

I have the following problem:
I have my video of my camera after iMovie imported for the Project and a frame rate of 25 fps set. So far so good.
Now I try to export the whole or to compress but do not get consistent results.
I need the video in very good quality because it s.Calculator and on a beamer presentation.

I have the Kompremierungsarten Sorensen Video 3, DV Pal, H. 264 probiert always with the size 784 x 576th

The following problems occur (especially if the video in fullscreen mode is played): Either s.den edges of all moving objects are formed as unsightly streaks or the moving objects (cars) twitch.

It is synonymous if I have no preference in the interlace scan mode or progressive adjustment.

I have perhaps already in the recording or importing anything with the wrong fields?

The program is quite clear and I have a feeling all the settings already durchprobiert to have.

Council knows someone with what settings I can achieve acceptable results.

Thanks in advance
Jana



Antwort von Markus:

"Jana Sidi" wrote:
... Video of my camera ...

Which Camera (Manufacturer, model)?

"Jana Sidi" wrote:
... a frame rate of 25 fps set.

Does the original frame rate of the recordings?

"Jana Sidi" wrote:
... with the size 784 x 576th

DV would be 720 × 576 pixels. Or do you have the Picture gecroppt or in the scaled case? DV with square pixels would be synonymous only 768 × 576th - If it ever goes to DV.

"Jana Sidi" wrote:
The following problems occur (especially if the video in fullscreen mode is played):

If a video with 720 × 576 (or similar size) s.PC in fullscreen mode is being played, it never looks as good as s.einem Television. The reasons I had here and explain: Video recordings s.Computermonitor not look good. The same goes for video recordings, of which a computer s.Beamer play.

"Jana Sidi" wrote:
Either s.den edges of all moving objects are formed as unsightly streaks or the moving objects (cars) twitch.

Do you have the video deinterlacing undergone a deinterlacet the software or the video player during playback? Otherwise, there are streaks in motion picture content. The stuttering could of performance problems came.

"Jana Sidi" wrote:
Council knows someone with what settings I can achieve acceptable results.

I would probably a standard DVD-Video and DVD player using this s.Beamer play. It could well be that the end result looks much better than the video-computer-projector connection. Perhaps there would be worth a try?



Antwort von clipaward:

Thank you for your quick reply!

The camera with which I had made the recordings: JVC GR-DVX4.
Habe grad nochmal Instructions be trimmed but the frame rate can take this camera does not seem to adjust.

The recording format is DV. I have not scaled the material (I think it works in iMovie does not) and to import, I have square pixels. We have the video but with a size of 768 x 576 exported? These are strange 784px me compress car set ...

That with the deinterlacing I've not done. Must be smart to read me again how exactly it goes.

Thanks again and many greetings
Jana








Antwort von Axel:

Hi Jana.
Everything you write has a bit absurd, as you could be to import into iMovie square pixels, but not to export its own size, but only the ülkigerweise Image 784 x 576, which is on the planet Trafalmagore is the norm.

I think Markus'Vorschlag a standard DVD to create, not bad, this could be synonymous with the Apple DVD player directly to the hard drive of play. Advantages:
1. Very good deinterlacing by DVD player software (not so good with permanent deinterlaces, especially with little - uh - iMovie).
2. Pixel aspect ratio is the norm, and is still displayed correctly by the calculator (BTW, Pal is 576x768 with square pixels, which you have to choose of hand. There are in the export window for the image a tiny, because the normal user of iMovie unimportant option key Separate, but in the case of a DVD you need with this stuff not to deal).
3. Cool control with a good authoring with iDVD. I suggest a black menu with a black button to do that after pressing of "Enter" the movie plays. You show "Black" on the projector, a tap on the Shift key to start the movie ...



Antwort von Markus:

"Jana" wrote:
The camera with which I had made the recordings: JVC GR-DVX4.
Habe grad nochmal Instructions be trimmed but the frame rate can take this camera does not seem to adjust.

If your camcorder is PAL model (usauf is the name plate), then car is always 25 fps with 720 × 576 pixels.

And since the DVD-Video is also 720 × 576 @ 25 fps stores, it would be disadvantageous to Resolutionbeim capturing or editing job at s.anderer to change. When DVD authoring Resolutionsonst again would have to be adjusted, which will lead to unnecessary loss of quality with difficulties.

It's best you stay top of s.durchgehend at 720 × 576 pixels and 25 fps (DV / PAL).




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