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Jason Ryan March 29th, 2012 12:40 AM

Slow motion conversion problem- Please help!
 
I recently shot a BMX jam and I shot some clips overcranked at 60p. I encoded the overcranked clips into avi's using Adobe Media Encoder at 59.94 fps using the Matrox MPEG 2 I-frame HD codec.

I brought the clip into Vegas 9 and the slow motion played great in the timeline. But when I rendered a clip out using the MainConcept MPEG 2 codec using HDV 720 at 30p I got ghosting on the bike rider's movement. The same thing happened when I rendered out to Blu-Ray 1080 at 30p with the MainConcept MPEG 2 codec. The same thing also happened when I rendered out to Quicktime using sorenson 3 compression.

Anyone have any tips on how to eliminate the ghosting while still using Media Encoder and Vegas 9?

Thanks!

Jason Ryan
Director
Psychicflyingmonkey Productions
www.psychicflyingmonkey.com

Mike Dulay March 30th, 2012 07:09 AM

Re: Slow motion conversion problem- Please help!
 
You could try removing the 'Smart Resample' from the slow motion clip in Vegas. Clip => Right-click => Properties => Disable Resample. On the project level I also prefer to De-interlace to none when I have non-interlaced footage going to non-interlaced output (e.g. web or computer playback)

Jason Ryan April 22nd, 2012 06:41 PM

Re: Slow motion conversion problem- Please help!
 
Thanks so much, Mike. That did the trick.

Jason Ryan
Director
Psychicflyingmonkey Productions
Psychicflyingmonkey Productions- Film Production and BMX


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