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Old September 9th, 2006, 12:12 AM   #16
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Richard, have you tested a segment rendered out to the size (reduced I hope) that you intend to deliver over the web? More than 90% of the content we produce is for web delivery and when edited, reduced and output to the format of final choice, it tends to look a bit less stroby than looking at the raw captured files (or even in your NLE for that matter).

Also, your audience is aware that they are viewing video delivered over the web, so expectations on "quality of playback" is far more forgiving than when they view that same content via traditional broadcast TV, DVD, etc.. You will have far more compression, file size/compatibility tradeoffs to scrutinize before all is said and done. That's not an excuse to forgo trying to achieve the best results from the start, but it's still something to consider when the end result is web only.

This may have been covered before with an answer to boot (it must have been) but does not the 60Hz of an LCD monitor lend better to the viewing of 30/60P frame rate content over a 24/48? Might this (even in part) be some of the issue with every ones constant concern and asking about strobbing content at 24P when working at the system level? I noticed that this topic gets brought up a lot around here.

I won't even pretend to know anything about that subject. But the great thing about this place is someone around here sure as hell does!! ;)
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