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  • Which is best

    I am a little embrassed to ask this question, but i don't know the answer.

    I have just bought a small personal camera, a panasonic x900, which is progressive 1920x 1080.

    My question is, should I make a 1920 project preset, or is it better quality at 1440 x 1080
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    Pete Rhodes
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  • #2
    Keep your project at the same resolution and frame rate
    as the file that your camera creates.
    Jerry
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    • #3
      Thanks Jerry, i thought as much, but was a little confused in some forum talk that 1920 was a little softer than 1440.
      All good thanks for the advice.
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      Pete
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      • #4
        That is a new one to me. The more pixels usually the better the resolution. Now if the product was poor that is different.
        Jerry
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        • #5
          I think Pete is referring to a previous thread regarding the fuzziness of HDV (1440) and exporting it for BluRay.
          Some left it at 1440, others used 1920 with scharpening and also HDMI square pixel capture was discussed :)
          Tony D.

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          • #6
            Pete wrote: I have just bought a small personal camera, a panasonic x900, which is progressive 1920x 1080.
            So, is HD not HDV (1440X1080).
            Jerry is right: Keep your project at the same resolution and frame rate
            as the file that your camera creates.
            MPPais

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            • #7
              Never said 1920 is HDV :)
              Tony D.

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              • #8
                HDV is 1440x1080, with non-square pixels. In general one can expect it to be softer than HD at 1920x1080.

                However, there are a lot of additional factors in the signal path between the light reflected off the object being videoed and the person watching the edited inage on a TV or other display device. Not the least of these are the lens quality, the sensor, the DSP in the camcorder, the encoding used, and so on.

                It usually is best to capture and edit at the native resolution of the camorder, down converting as the final step.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by SoundFreak_HD View Post
                  Never said 1920 is HDV :)
                  OK!!! I know. Your answer is very correct and opportune!
                  MPPais

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by dpalomaki View Post
                    HDV is 1440x1080, with non-square pixels. In general one can expect it to be softer than HD at 1920x1080.
                    HDV spec also contains JVC 's 720P 1280 x 720...
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