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cootss
encoding and GOP structure for "motion heavy" content.
on Nov 8, 2006 at 12:38:14 am

hi folks-

new here and i have hit a stump:

i am editind and authoring to DVD a video for a good friend. he is using it as part of a video installation and it has provided some new challenges to me. the video is only 8 mins long, but loaded with a lot of strobelight type of stuff, as well as very quick, often 1 or 2 frames per, cuts. on top of that, the more lasting cuts are of trees and leaves where thay are all fluttering, etc...


so...my mpeg compression know-how is beingput to the test bigtime. i can't seem to get a smooth, nice-lloking compression. filesize isn't really an issue, as the video is short. but quality is.

i have set the GOP to IP at 6 frames.. man, i tried a load of GOP structures.

any tips, advice, etc. for getting good results?

project was cut on fcp and has been compressed via both compressor and inside dvdsp. i exported as a contained uncompressed 8 bit out of fcp.

please help!!

best,
coots


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Peterd
Re: encoding and GOP structure for "motion heavy" content.
on Nov 8, 2006 at 4:47:12 pm

Can't say I've tested it myself but adding compression markers is supposed to help with motion heavy sequences. Just add a marker to your sequence then edit it's properties and whck the comression marker box.



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