avchd converted to dvd a little jiggly?

Viewing 1 reply thread
  • Author
    Posts
    • #44365
      Harlin
      Participant

      I shot some video with my sony 150 and until I get a new computer with BR I decided to burn to dvd. Quality is ok but I see what I call jagged edges? I use cs5 and did a basic convert with highest quality. bumped setting on quality to 5 and mbps? to 6.8? other than that it looks like a good quality SD video. I did not have cam on highest setting, second to highest was set. What can I expect from a homey camcorder down converted to sd? Will these jaggies go away with BlueRay?

    • #185788
      Ian
      Participant

      This may be sending you on a wild goose chase as I am in a PAL country and use CS3, but when encoding to Mpeg2 have you triedupper field first? CS3s default seems to be lower field first, which for me causes jerky jagged playback.

      Cheers

Viewing 1 reply thread
  • The forum ‘Video and Film Discussion’ is closed to new topics and replies.

Best Products

The best video editing software — 2021

In this article, we’ll go over the criteria you’ll need to consider when choosing the best video editing software for your needs.
homicide-bootstrap

Need help making a stellar first video?

FREE

Download our free eBook with 8 tips to get on the right track and create a video that you can be proud of.

Giveaway

THE ESSENTIAL VLOGGING TOOLKIT

Given away to one lucky winner

Competition is open worldwide

ENTER TO WIN