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Re: Pixilated and grainy frames of video

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sacciRe: Pixilated and grainy frames of video
by on Jan 15, 2006 at 2:39:19 am

PAL uses both, BetaSP is Upper, DV is lower. You can check with someone in the editing forums to be sure if you like. But "grainy" does not sound like a field order issue anyway. Things "strobe" with the wrong field otder and not pixelate. One problem might be the fact that you are using a Max of 8 Mbps, that maybe choking the player. I would always keep the max at or under 7 Mbps when going to a DVD-R. Media can also be the cause if you are using cheap discs. Also make sure you are using ac3 audio instead of uncompressed.

What did you mean by you take the 19MB file? is that a mistake or are you exporting the movie from FCP with a compression codec, like Sorenson or mp4.

How long is your movie?


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