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1st video, but jerky panning?

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by sticky photography, Jan 1, 2016.

  1. sticky photography

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    Hi,
    This is my 1st video with the P3P, edited in proxy with Corel Video, then saved at 4K.
    Please help, why does it look jerky when panning? I'm only able to view in 1080 due to hardware. It was filmed in manual, ND filter on, cloudy setting, iso 100, 4K @ 26 fps, 50 shutter speed.

    Thanks in advance for any comments.
    Happy safe New Year :)
     
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  2. Dale Rodgers

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    I had trouble rendering down to 1080 once. I think I recorded at 26fps and rendered at 30. The editing program introduced the jerkiness trying to stuff in the extra frames.

    Nice video though!
     
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  3. sticky photography

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    Thanks Dale, that maybe the answer... I'll see if I can set a custom edit save rate to 26 instead of 30.
     
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    Nice job with the editing.
     
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    Nice video good start. Just takes time, practice and playing with the setting to get it like you want. Take baby steps and soon you'll be a giant.
     
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  7. 185EZ

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    Looks good to me.
    Can't wait to try out my new vids.
    Thanks for sharing
     
  8. Shawnakova

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    Ive had that problem also with some of my pans, although not as jerky as that. Not sure what the cause is.
    Nice video btw, although it looked a bit over exposed towards the end, might be worth quickening the shutter 1 stop.