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Marcus Martell September 30th, 2012 09:22 AM

24p dslr export suggestions
 
Hola Guys;

I ve shot 24p stuff with dslrs Now i Wanna export this footage in the best way to be' viewed on the web and on DVD. On every single clip in time line i've desabled resample! The footage shot o. The steadicam looks ghosty! How come? What settings and format Would you suggest me to use?
Many Thanks

Marius Tatarasanu September 30th, 2012 11:49 PM

Re: 24p dslr export suggestions
 
Hmm, it's hard to understand, but are you talking about field separation? Are you using Sony Vegas? Because that's the only thing I can think of when you're talking about "ghosty" image. It has that autoresample thing.
You just have to put your 24 progressive frames per second footage in a 24p project and render it at 24p. There will be no problem whatsoever.

Mike Kujbida October 1st, 2012 07:52 AM

Re: 24p dslr export suggestions
 
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Originally Posted by Marcus Martell (Post 1756019)
Hola Guys;
I ve shot 24p stuff with dslrs Now i Wanna export this footage in the best way to be' viewed on the web and on DVD.

Those are two completely different end uses so the "best way" will be different for each one.

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On every single clip in time line i've desabled resample!
Why? There should be no need to do that.

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The footage shot o. The steadicam looks ghosty! How come?
Without seeing the original footage, it's hard for us to know why.

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What settings and format Would you suggest me to use?
Many Thanks
24p is a term loosely thrown around by marketing people who don't know any better.
The reality is that, most of the time, the true frame rate is 23.976 which Vegas can handle easily.
This time format can be edited natively and uploaded to the web and made into a DVD with few additional steps.
Let's start with knowing what the make and model of your camera is and we'll go from there.

Marcus Martell October 1st, 2012 12:45 PM

Re: 24p dslr export suggestions
 
Hallo Thanks 4 helping me!
The camera is a nikon d5100 that shots 23,976 fps.
Thx a lot

Marcus Martell October 1st, 2012 01:04 PM

Re: 24p dslr export suggestions
 
Even the tilt moves of the camera suffers of this strange effect

Marius Tatarasanu October 3rd, 2012 07:08 AM

Re: 24p dslr export suggestions
 
You can't escape that. It's native to the camera's sensor. Pan less and slower. Use tripods all the time. After Effects I believe has a solution to this but it removes a small part of the problem. That is the rule with DSLRs and almost all CMOS sensors. Don't move the camera. Use tripods. Use steadicams.

Marcus Martell October 13th, 2012 07:52 AM

Re: 24p dslr export suggestions
 
Best 24p output render settings to export the video in DVD?
Could you drive me Please?
Many Thx

P.s: i m using Dvdarchitect

Marcus Martell October 14th, 2012 07:58 AM

Re: 24p dslr export suggestions
 
Ok mike, i'm previewing the video After that i set back Smart resample. The moves are always unnatural... I matched the project properties as the source d5100 file.
Now what are the best choices to export in:
Hd to be played from my wdtv box in my plasma?
DVD for a simple disc
Web
Thx Guys but i think that this unnatural movements are due to something i' m Missing!
Many thx


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