You Tube Video

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Mick Mearman
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Would someone please look at this video and tell me if I've done something wrong, I used Edius to output to Quick time and deinterlaced, it maybe that's it's the best I can expect from a moving train? the windows of the carrages all get broken up, I tried using wmv which was better but the windows had a comb effect on verticals instead on my monitor, I didn't upload that version.

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Thanks
Mick

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johnd
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Hi Mick,
I've just had a quick look but don't see this issue, have you been able to watch this on anyone else's setup?
Tony Carter
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Hello Mick,     I did'nt see the problem you mentioned.   Tony C.

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Fergie
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tom hardwick
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And now you've removed the video.  Why not F11 in Edius and chose iPad 25p,  vary the bit rate between 3 and 5 mbps and you'll be presented with an H264 file that YouTube will love.
Mick Mearman
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Thanks Tom, I'll try that I removed the video because I'd got 3 versions of the video there, this is the latest version using Anton's (Edius forum) settings the problem is still there though.

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or Vimeo
Mick

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Dave Jervis
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I can't seem to see the problem you are concerned about Mick. Can you help identify it by giving a time when it is bad and where on the screen to look to see it. Is the problem there when paused or only when playing. Are you watching on a computer monitor or a television screen? Have you size changed any video in the edit?
 
....would like to help identify the problem, but that's tricky if I can't actually see it....  ....would it work if you were to "grab" a still frame from the playing video and post it... ...or would that just throw a red herring into this discussion....?
 
dave
Mick Mearman
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Hello Dave, the problem is worse at 1:27m, look at the upper carriage windows, it is there before it's uploaded on the PC but ok on the original before change to 720p I assume it's the deinterlace that's the cause.
Mick

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Dave Jervis
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I think deinterlace problems would be much more obvious on something moving that fast Mick. I have downloaded your Vimeo videos and will have a closer look.....  tomorrow !    ZZZzzzz   d.
Dave Jervis
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Hi Mick, ...having looked at the downloads, the only problems I can see are moderate compression artifacts and some slightly ragged edges which might be caused by the de-interlacing and the downscaling to 720p of an already very sharp and high contrast original shot. The shot at 1.26 has fast movement seemingly shot with a high shutter speed, which might well cause the compression to not work very effectively. Because each individual frame lacks motion blur, the high speed movement also doesn't "flow" visually, particularly at 25p, and those top windows in the carriage become more of a flickering set of vertical lines. (To be honest, almost anything moving that fast on a 25fps shot will look flickery.) 
 
I think you are using a SD700 to shoot this (could see your reflection, and read your signature on your first post..... plus the colour balance is a bit of a giveaway !). Is the original shot shot in "1080 50p" mode? If so, viewing the 50p original will look much more fluid as far as the motion is concerned, but take away every other frame and the motion of fast moving objects can suffer badly.
 
You have mentioned de-interlacing in earlier posts, but if all the video was shot at 50p and edited in Edius in a 25p project, there should be no need at all to use a de-interlace.
 
Does any of this fit in with what is concerning you about the finished video?
 
dave.
 
 
Mick Mearman
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Thanks Dave, it could well be a fast shutter as the camera was set to auto, I will try 1080 50p mode in future
Mick

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