Exporting VHS Footage
by KwesiJ on Nov 22, 2006 at 10:00:30 pm
I imported some VHS footage to the Media 100, put some titles on it, then exported it as a Media 100 movie. the image looked fine. I sent it over the network to another computer and now the image has a weird, studdering problem, like it's been shot at the wrong frame rate. What could be causing this?
Re: Exporting VHS Footage by Juanjo Mora on Nov 23, 2006 at 8:43:17 pm
probably the other computer doesn't has enough throughput to play the video in real time, specially if you digitized/exported yout video at a very high data rate (300KB/frame or Lossless).
Usually you'll transcode and/or compress your vido so any other machine will be able to paly it without stuttering or stopping.
Maybe you should export your video from Media100 using the DV/DVCPRO codec, or H.264; or transcode to MPEG-1, MPEG-4 using Compressor, FFMPEG, Cleaner, etc. And play around with your quality and frame size settings so you can obtain pleasant results with a quality that satisfies you and/or your clients.