Jerky Video Scene Transition

Discussion in 'Parts & Components' started by pdmike, Jan 15, 2018.

  1. pdmike

    pdmike Extremely Popular Member

    My computer is a couple of years old - maybe three tops. It seems to hold up OK in most respects. I haven't set the MOV/MP4 settings yet. I'll give 'em a look.
     
  2. pdmike

    pdmike Extremely Popular Member

    Thank you.
     
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  3. Jackson

    Jackson USA member at large

    MOV containers tend to cause problems sometimes. I'd go with MP4

    You may want to get this free player, not pretty but it does a great job playing just about everything you throw at very nicely.
    https://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html
     
  4. pdmike

    pdmike Extremely Popular Member

    Using the new and improved micro chip mentioned in Post 21, above, and viewing the video from my hard drive, rather than from the micro chip itself, it is actually much "jerkier" than before. WTF?
     
  5. pdmike

    pdmike Extremely Popular Member

    Nope. Just as bad as before viewing it with this viewer. I haven't checked yet for MOV v. MP4. Maybe that's it. I'll check.
     
  6. Spork

    Spork There is no spoon

    Can you upload one so we can see what you're getting?
     
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  7. pdmike

    pdmike Extremely Popular Member

    I tried, but can’t copy/paste. Any other way to do it?

    I’m beginning to think it’s my settings. Not home now but will post settings as soon as I can.
     
  8. KentA

    KentA Well-Known Member

    You might as well set up a YouTube "channel".
     
  9. pdmike

    pdmike Extremely Popular Member

    Don’t know how to do that. Photobucket?
     
  10. Spork

    Spork There is no spoon

    Photobucket will work but only if the video is <500MB and less than 10 minutes. Vimeo is another option for easily uploading video if you don't want to setup youtube.
     
  11. pdmike

    pdmike Extremely Popular Member

    Here are my present camera settings:

    AUTO

    EXPOSURE
    Shutter: 25
    EV: +1.0

    VIDEO
    Video Size: 1920x1080 24 fps
    Video Format: MOV
    NTSC/PAL: NTSC
    White Balance: AWB (Auto)
    Style: Standard
    Color: Normal

    SETTINGS
    Histogram: OFF
    Head LED's Auto Turnoff: OFF
    Over Exposure Warning: OFF
    3D Noise Reduction: ON
    Video Caption: OFF
    Grid: OFF
    Center Points: OFF
    Anti-Flicker: 50Hz

    Anything in there that is incorrect or that could be set better? Anything in there that could have anything to do with a jerky/choppy video?
     
  12. Jackson

    Jackson USA member at large

    Try bumping up to 30 or 60 fps.
    Try MP4 if you have a Windows PC.
     
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  13. Spork

    Spork There is no spoon

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