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Please help with video quality

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by asifm76, Mar 16, 2014.

  1. asifm76

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    Hey guys so this is a video of me flying my Vision the second day. I was kind of disappointed with the quality of the video. As you can see its a bit grainy and blotchy! I shot the video in 1080p at 30fps. So should I be using 1080i at 60fps instead or maybe even 720p at 60fps? Please advise!

    I see so many videos posted on YouTube using the Phantom Vision and the quality is no where as bad as the one I posted. The software I used to edit the video is Sony Movie Studio Platinum. I just want my videos to look HD quality!

    Here is the link:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0dKfsO3VOp4

    Thanks!
     
  2. Windy Pig

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    Hi,

    I felt exactly the same with mine but I am much happier now I use 720p / 60fps.

    Cheers,

    W.P.
     
  3. Franklin Seal

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    I've had my P2V a week and a half. This was shot in 1080p/30 and looks much higher quality than yours. https://vimeo.com/89259674 This was not processed. Just the raw .mov file taken from the card. Could it have something to do with your processing application or settings? What did it look like before you processed it?
     
  4. asifm76

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    So let me get this straight? You are just uploading it to vimeo straight from the card? No editing? I wonder if that has anything to do with my video looking so blurry? What software do you use when you have to edit a video and what setting do you upload to vimeo in?
     
  5. d4ddyo

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    So many factors regarding film quality. Time of day because of lighting. Post processing. etc.

    But when it comes to resolution... watch this video.

    http://youtu.be/_tnQLPO-8TY