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noise/grain in my video?

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by mikegentile, Aug 23, 2014.

  1. mikegentile

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    can anyone help me. i think this video has noise/ grain....or am i expecting too much.
    this is a snipit from my 1080p video
     

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  2. kirbinster

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    It does look noisy. What ISO is it shot at?
     
  3. SpikeFinch

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    Agree. check your ISO setting.

    Also, is that right out of the camera, or after rendering?
     
  4. Mal_PV2_Ireland

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    Have you got shooting mode set to hard? Hard is way too noisy and hard and soft is way too blurry. Always set it to Std (standard)
     
  5. mikegentile

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    it was set to auto.
    any tips? on what it should be for daytime? sunset?
     
  6. Mal_PV2_Ireland

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    Auto would be your iso but your shooting mode can be set to soft, std or hard
     
  7. mikegentile

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    for my next daytime shoot i'm going to go with
    100 iso
    and std for my shooting mode.....i'll be back in a few with the results
     
  8. kirbinster

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    Whenever possible shoot at the lowest ISO possible. Only when it is darker should you raise the ISO.
     
  9. InterMurph

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    I recommend soft, then sharpening in your video editing software.

    The soft setting does produce a soft image, but one that can be improved dramatically by a program like Premiere Pro.