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  • #16
    That is good. Maybe Anton's method will help with the motion.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Mick Mearman View Post
      Thanks Anton, I'm trying that now but there is no choice of 50fps in T5? so I 've set it to 25
      Mick
      T5 will give you the 50p option once you select profile level 3.2 or higher
      http://www.videoproductions.com.au/T5/50p-T5.png
      Anton Strauss
      Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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      • #18
        example:
        these trains were shot 50i, then exported as 50p from EDIUS timeline, then encoded 50p in T5 (it is not as good as shooting 50p, but much better than 25p)
        http://www.videoproductions.com.au/T5/50p.mp4 (save target or link as to your hard disk)

        do not view with QuickTime player, it can't do 50p

        view with Windows Media Player or VLC player, it will also be fine with Adobe FLV player once uploaded to YouTube etc
        Last edited by antonsvideo; 10-28-2012, 02:23 AM.
        Anton Strauss
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        • #19
          Thanks for your help Anton, I've now done has you said and the video played back much better on the PC with little problem but when it got to You Tube it's much better than before but it's still breaking up on the windows a bit, see what you think.
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51Zi_UmEAGU
          Mick
          This video is now deleated, the reason is explained further on
          Last edited by Mick Mearman; 10-29-2012, 09:51 PM.
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          • #20
            I downloaded your youtube 720p file and inspected it with mediainfo (free)

            youtube have converted your file from 50p PAL to NTSC 29.97 (that is why it strobes)

            see if there are any advanced youtube options? or try vimeo?

            btw, 25p should not look as bad as it did with your original T5 encoded file

            in T5, you need to make sure you change the source field order to upper field, because T5 sees your Canopus HQ 50i file as progressive, this is because the Canopus avi files do not provide field order info in the header, so other programs just take a guess

            then the H264 output setting should be progressive
            Last edited by antonsvideo; 10-29-2012, 12:20 AM.
            Anton Strauss
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            • #21
              Hello Anton, the HQ file from the 1080i timeline was changed to 50fps as you said in post 12 ie.
              1. print to file your 50i segment and select Canopus HQ Fine
              2. click advanced and expand
              3. set 50fps progressive
              should I have left it interlaced for T5?
              Thanks
              Mick
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              • #22
                Originally posted by Mick Mearman View Post
                Hello Anton, the HQ file from the 1080i timeline was changed to 50fps as you said in post 12 ie.
                1. print to file your 50i segment and select Canopus HQ Fine
                2. click advanced and expand
                3. set 50fps progressive
                should I have left it interlaced for T5?
                Thanks
                Mick

                no, I was referring to your original way of doing it, it may produce a better result with T5 if you set T5 to top field for source

                try this:

                print to file, Canopus HQ Fine, leave as 50i

                open the file in T5 and change source to top field first

                then do the usual H264 progressive settings as in my tutorial
                Anton Strauss
                Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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                • #23
                  Anton, I've found I made a mistake and set T5 to 59.9fps instead of 50, I've removed that video and uploaded the corrected version, it still seems to have a problem? it plays ok on the PC before upload
                  This is 50p from Edius HQ, 720 50p from T5
                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRCDV...1&feature=plcp

                  Vimeo https://vimeo.com/52461655

                  Mick
                  Last edited by Mick Mearman; 10-30-2012, 06:05 PM.
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                  • #24
                    Anton

                    I've followed your Swiss Army knife, ignored Vimeo's warning that the bitrate was too low and been very happy with the quality

                    except that all replays on Vimeo stutter for the first 20 seconds, only delivering correct playback after a number of loadings.

                    In contrast, the same file uploaded to You Tube plays perfectly every time though I do think the quality of the video compares unfavourably with Vimeo.

                    In your view is this a trade off that can't be reconciled or am I missing something?
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                    • #25
                      for vimeo, you need to use bitrate of 5000 for HD and 2000 for SD

                      you also need to use 44.1k audio at 320 bitrate

                      http://vimeo.com/help/compression
                      Anton Strauss
                      Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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