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- April 24, 2010 at 10:37 AM #47127AnonymousInactive
Sorry to ask this question but I need to! There is so much info out there but still I havent found the perfect settings/setup.
I use a Panasonic HVX201AE + Adobe Premiere pro CS4 to shoot and upload to Youtube.
I prefer to do widescreen and all is digital.
First Panasonic settings what is the best format to shoot?
Second Adobe Premiere settings to import and export to get the best results in Youtube.
Hope to find some usefull tips
- April 24, 2010 at 11:31 AM #193964RobParticipant
With the HVX, I think you should shoot 720p30. It doesn’t natively record 1080i and you’d have to deinterlace for the web anyway. You can shoot 24p if you want, I’ve read that computer screens work at 30p. People don’t seem to have major problems with either frame rate.
Here’s a tutorial I made for compressing for the web. I demonstrate with Apple’s Compressor, but the principals apply to all software
- April 24, 2010 at 12:46 PM #193965RobParticipant
oops…forgot to post thing link:
- April 24, 2010 at 9:35 PM #193966AnonymousInactive
Thanks for the reply, in the mean time I did some test myself.
This is completly based on my personal setup:
Importing footage from Panasonic HVX201AE (1080i) into
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 and export for YouTube HD format.
You can follow this link and see for your self the differance
Hope some one will have some use out of it
- April 25, 2010 at 12:18 AM #193967pseudosafariMember
Something’s wrong–the video is flipped or something because it looks like your steering wheel is on the passenger side.
(Sorry, just a little cross-Atlantic humor.)
But seriously, the Quick Time movie looks distorted (tall and skinny). The HD clips look pretty sweet to me. The settings you used for the widescreen HD clip must be pretty good–it looked good to me.
FYI I know what it’s like with Adobe. I used Pinnacle for years and it was so simple. I upgraded to Adobe and for a month or so, I wondered why I did! It has sooooo many options! But once I figured it all out, I prefer having all the options.
- April 25, 2010 at 4:43 AM #193968AnonymousInactive
The first test (PAL Widescreen Source to High Quality Download.wmv) is acceptable but no HD
The second one (Quick Time PAL DV Wide screen.mov) no widescreen no HD
Third test (YouTube Widescreen SD.mp4) quality is reasonable but again no HD
The last test (YouTube Widescreen HD.mp4) is excellent and in HD format
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