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Old June 19th, 2009, 07:57 AM  
New TV Ad shot on 5D
Logan McMillan Logan McMillan is offline June 19th, 2009, 07:57 AM

Hey guys,

Just shot an ad for TV here in NZ yesterday. Was my first time with the 5D.

Wrote the ad in the morning, shot it at lunch, then had it all done and out of post by 4pm.

The camera is great to work with! Love the pictures.

YouTube - Gorilla-TV 4th Promo "Same Idea"

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Old June 30th, 2009, 08:08 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Javier Gallen View Post
Every video uploaded to YouTube at 1280x720 will have an HD version, wich surprisingly looks far better than Vimeo.

I made comparisions and the HD YouTube looks very close to the original H.264 uploaded. With Vimeo I have the feeling it's looking worse day to day. :(
I have uploaded a sample video to both YouTube and Vimeo to compare the HD at each site.

It is a Quicktime, 1280x720 H.264 file. Uploaded version was 266mb for a clip that is just over 2 minutes long.

I have to say that the vimeo version looks significantly better to me.

Amelia on Playground HD on Vimeo

YouTube - Amelia Plays on the Playground

At least for this video at these settings, on my computer, the Vimeo version looks much better.

(The test video is a clip of my neice playing on a playground, so if you don't like kids or you don't like "home videos" don't click on the links).
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And you are right. These are the reasons:

- Your video is steady as hell, so is "compress friendly".
- Vimeo has a 1280x720 video resolution, instead of Youtube's 960x540.

So, in this particular case, where bitrate is not a problem, Vimeo wins.

But try now a video with more action and you get this:
- Vimeo: blocky but sharp when the camera stops.
- Youtube: sharp all the time with no artifacts.
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