Joined: 25 Sep 2003 Posts: 37 Location: Naantali, Finland
Posted: Sun Jan 04, 2009 11:56 am Post subject:
I would really appreciate if you would use some other codec. I nowadays mainly use 64bit Ubuntu and it doesn't have support for wmap audio codec. That is the only codec I have had problems with. Now that linux is getting more and more popular it would be nice to have such great quality videos in formats that will play in all machines.
Would it be nice to have enough money to buy RED Epic S35 camera. That would also make my Digital SLR obsolete but I think maybe at this time its not wise to shell out 28 000$ for camera brain only.
Superbe video, amazing image quality. I wonder if its possible to see the original file video at 60 frames/sec at normal speed, i mean not in slow motion? The fact that the camera is moving and that scenes are pretty close cut, the bag movement, in particular, is still breaking. In comparaison the movement is so smooth in slow-motion...
Oskari, I have put a .mp4 of a pretty good quality, its 308MB !
Video codec h.264
ntsc 1920x960 23.976 (fps) progressive
VBR 2 pass
Target bitrate 12.42 Max bit rate 25.03
Audio AAC 160 (kbps) 48 Khz, Stereo
Hope it works for your "special need" computer
The audio is soso since mc chris is only available in mp3...
Martin, I am not sure i understand "the bag is still breaking"
Do you mean like trails? The image are available anytime you want to pass by! they are a little too heavy for uncompressed web diffusion.
Thanks for your comments, also I think we could do a clip for IFPA and for Chris ott"s project with a "nice" song.
Joined: 29 Apr 2006 Posts: 22 Location: Berkeley, CA, USA
Posted: Wed Jan 07, 2009 9:19 pm Post subject: RedCine Settings
Great job. I know you put a lot of time into that video.
Also, it looks like you've figured out how to get the colors correct on Kevin's Red camera footage. I played around with the export settings in RedCine, but the resulting colors are always funky. Did you manually adjust the colors?
Now that I think about it, I suspect you use Mac software and didn't run into the same problems that I had with the PC software. The Red Quicktime codec is not available for PC, so I have to use the RedCine utility (no manual, lots of settings!) to translate clips that I can then import into Premiere Pro CS3.
Maybe you can just describe briefly how you got the Red footage into your main video editing application.
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