Here's a great Panasonic TM700 made clip to experiment on with the stabilize feature. I just tried it in Vegas 10 with all the settings maxed since the video is so shaky. it worked fantastic. https://vimeo.com/132495116
Here's another clip to see the quality of the Panasonic TM700 camera. https://vimeo.com/132493884
Both of the clips are 1080p 60 fps .mts files so let Vegas match the Project properties match the media.
Also these are on Vimeo. To be able to download the original file, you have to be logged on to Vimeo. If you aren't a member, it only takes a minute to sign up. Once you're logged in, the download button lets us download the original file I uploaded. And if you have a free Vimeo account like me, the original only stays available for a week, so if you try to download this more than a week from this post, you can't get the original. Only 720 30 fps.
Alot of people don't see a need for 1080p 60 fps video. I for one can't stand interlaced video. These videos give me 60 perfect pictures per second to save as pics, which I use Vegas for alot. Once you have one in Vegas with matched project properties, zoom in on the event timeline until the left and right keys will increment a frame at a time. Make sure your preview is set to best full. Notice the quality of each frame. Then try the same thing with a 1080i 29.97 file and see the difference.
Neither of these videos have a fast enough movement to really show how good slowing down the video to half speed and see the buttery smooth look with the 60 fps clips. Opinions are definitely welcome. Danny Hays