I have with anything in the sony hd added. because my computer processing of hd material only very slowly in the economy, I have to restore the material in hd dv material down konventiert and firewire on the computer purely played. I have noticed that the contours (eg poor or face) in the case of fast movements are blurred.
did everything for ne dvd rendered but the problem is still there :-( HDV had even a test done and there is a little better.
someone knows how to avoid such a thing? someone knows something?
use sony vegas 6.bis ago was the dv material eg of a panasonic cam-ever top!
Antwort von JoeFX:
If I'm not pretending anything, then you probably do Bewegnungsunschärfe. Arises from short shutter times. The automatic controls the car, so that more can see in the dark.
What you can do however: More light, or in manual mode the shutter speed yourself.
Antwort von guido31:
there was enough light and the camera was really automatic.
Antwort von guido31:
did with a borrowed sonycam up everything in hd runterkonventiert and dv as issued. was filmed indoors with sufficient light. than anything on dvd I had burned a lot to me at fast movements, the contours were not sharp. The camera takes in on ntsc. the dvd is pal. normally, I had never had a problem with the dv cameras. I had no hood drauf.könnte the problem be? otherwise the image asrein :-) gibts other render settings to resolve the error? or what I can do.
if I have the sony on automatic place and the md filter in the displayed position but nothing more should happen is not it?
needs to hide it?
Antwort von Markus:
I have your new question times moved here, because it has everything to do with each other.
In principle, it is perfectly normal once that fast movements on video is not totally sharp play. This was with the exposure time to be done and with the variation of a motif per unit of time.
Downconvert The topic is regularly discussed here, so I would be limited, on the other detail, the quality cost, to the attention of: The standard conversion of NTSC to PAL. After all, there must be two "Twisted" frame rates to be brought together, allowing each pixel of all fields must be re-rendered. This is no trivial task, depending on the tool and a more or less lossy step.