Hi, I am shooting rotating objects placed on a pottery turntable (manually-driven, not motor-driven, at a low speed of 1 rotation / 10 seconds) with the EX1R fixed to the tripod. Lighting with 3x 800W higly diffused Halogen "mandarines" lamps.
My settings : HQ 1920x1080 25p, shutter on at 1/60, f-stop at 5.6, manual focus. The turntable is very fluid (eyes looking).
But I still have some very little "stuttering" or "juddering" - "jerkiness" : is it the fact of the Progressive method ?
As I would like to have a very-very fluid movement of the turning object, is there any settings to put on the camcorder / or is there a way to compress/export it in a web-readable format ? (I export it with PPRO CS5 in H.264, VBR 4-6, 1280x720).
I like progressive method, but is there more appropriate to use Interlaced mode ?
Many thanks guys, and HAVE A HAPPY HOLIDAYS.
Hi Alan, [Alain Van Haecke]shutter on at 1/60."
p25 is choppy by nature, and probably your Shutter Speed is increasing it.
You may try 1/50 or 1/25.
The solution for the choppiness is shooting 1080i50 or 720p50.
And HAVE A HAPPY HOLIDAYS you too.