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    Would someone please look at this video and tell me if I've done something wrong, I used Edius to output to Quick time and deinterlaced, it maybe that's it's the best I can expect from a moving train? the windows of the carrages all get broken up, I tried using wmv which was better but the windows on the moving train had a comb effect on verticals on my monitor, I didn't upload that version.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyG4X...1&feature=plcp
    Thanks
    Mick
    this video has now been removed
    Last edited by Mick Mearman; 11-02-2012, 11:56 AM. Reason: link removed
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  • #2
    Well, maybe I'm not too fussy, but it looked pretty good to me. Yes, I see a bit of "judder" when the train windows roll by, but acceptable to me. If the wmv looks even better, you are probably in pretty good shape. I would upload the wmv and see how that looks online. I viewed the clip in HD and enjoyed it. I happen to be working on a new documentary on the history of railroads in the Catskill Mountains, so this was of particular interest.
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    • #3
      Hi,
      Looked ok to me too- yes a bit of judder which was not particularly distracting- nice stuff.. You will get a technical answer to this as there are guys on this forum that know internet uploading inside out.

      But in the meantime, what format was this shot in and what did you then do to post it to youtube?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Mick Mearman View Post
        the windows of the carrages all get broken up,Mick
        Yes, I noticed that too.
        Did you try looking here?
        http://vimeo.com/help/compression

        Nice video BTW

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mick Mearman View Post
          Would someone please look at this video and tell me if I've done something wrong, I used Edius to output to Quick time and deinterlaced, it maybe that's it's the best I can expect from a moving train? the windows of the carrages all get broken up, I tried using wmv which was better but the windows on the moving train had a comb effect on verticals on my monitor, I didn't upload that version.
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyG4X...1&feature=plcp
          Thanks
          Mick
          Are you saying that this effect was noticed on your system before you uploaded to You Tube or after?

          Here is a link to the requirements for You Tube:

          http://support.google.com/youtube/bi...answer=1297408
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          • #6
            Hello all, It was shot in 1080i I then exprorted it in Quick time deinterlaced, 720x1280, John yes the effect was there on the quick time file before I uploaded it, the project was a 1080i one should I have done it in a 720p project and let Edius resize it rather than Quick time?
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Mick Mearman View Post
              Hello all, It was shot in 1080i I then exprorted it in Quick time deinterlaced, 720x1280, John yes the effect was there on the quick time file before I uploaded it, the project was a 1080i one should I have done it in a 720p project and let Edius resize it rather than Quick time?
              Mick
              What was the reason to export to QT? I upload 720P Mpeg2 all the time
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              • #8
                Hello John, I used Quick Time because I saw it recommended on this forum somewhere, but I will try mpeg2 if I can find the preset for 720p which I can't at the moment, can you tell me where it is or how to create one please.
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                • #9
                  for best results, get out the swiss army knife that should be part of every video editor
                  http://www.videoproductions.com.au/html/mpeg4.html
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Mick Mearman View Post
                    Hello John, I used Quick Time because I saw it recommended on this forum somewhere, but I will try mpeg2 if I can find the preset for 720p which I can't at the moment, can you tell me where it is or how to create one please.
                    Mick
                    Just use Mpeg2 Program stream and 'use current size' or look at the link the Anton as well.
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                    • #11
                      I've now uploaded a version using Anton's method
                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1OlA...1&feature=plcp
                      I think it's better? what do you others think?
                      I suspect with a deinterlaced video it's the best I can expect with fast motion? would I be better filming in 50p mode?
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                      • #12
                        try this and be blown away

                        1. print to file your 50i segment and select Canopus HQ Fine
                        2. click advanced and expand
                        3. set 50fps progressive
                        http://www.videoproductions.com.au/e...50p-export.png
                        4. print to file
                        5. add this 50p file to T5 and encode at 4000 kbps at 50fps
                        6. upload

                        this should give you super smooth moving trains
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                        • #13
                          Thanks Anton, I'm trying that now but there is no choice of 50fps in T5? so I 've set it to 25
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                          • #14
                            I watched the second clip and the detail is very nice for Youtube, but the train's stutter is quite strange. It looks like the motion overloaded the camera's recording ability. That amount of motion should be smooth at 50i. If it were a framerate issue I think the stutter would have been more constant. It seems jerky and random. Just a guess though.
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                            • #15
                              Hello Bassman, it must be after it gets de-interlaced because the original 1080i footage plays very smoothly
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