From: Myron Ort (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Jan 09 2011 - 14:54:13 PST
Yes the earlier telecine transfers (the ones that resulted in already
posted clips) were originally received as mini dv tape. Not sure we
really addressed the interlacing issue at that time. Maybe I need to
go back to those files and see if they can be improved.
Maybe that has something to do with the jerky clips.
Now I bring an ext. HD and receive the transfers as Apple ProRes422
files. Is that the best choice at this point in the process, they
have another file which is higher and longer to load?.
It is the current project that was transferred to ProRes and that I
was hoping for smoother results when finally compressed for online
On Jan 9, 2011, at 2:38 PM, Kevin Timmins wrote:
> Did you use .avi files on disc (i assume you did) or receive the
> footage back on mini dv tape? If you got it on dv tape there is
> always the problem of de-interlacing which you probably already
> know about. Still though best to mention just incase!
> And yes indeed I hope the links help you!
> > From: email suppressed
> > Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2011 14:31:00 -0800
> > To: email suppressed
> > Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Online film clips
> > We have used Youtube to post clips and I am thinking maybe I have
> > noticed more jerkiness with my handpainted sections than with live
> > action.
> > Films were transferred via telecine and we used FCP. I sent my
> > assistant the links you gave me, maybe there will be something to
> > learn from that.
> > Sometimes the clips play smoothly and sometimes not, so maybe there
> > are variations depending on the server load (?)
> > The current project involves films transferred via telecine (~
> > "15fps" ) to Apple ProRes 422 files which seem to play nicely with
> > digital projection.
> > I was hoping to post some online clips that would be more
> > consistently smooth. I should check out Vimeo also.
> > mo
> > On Jan 9, 2011, at 1:58 PM, Kevin Timmins wrote:
> > > Hi, i'll try and help but firstly will need to know a few things:
> > >
> > > When you say film, do you mean film? If so how have you digitized
> > > it (with a handycam or telecine)? What did you edit it with? How
> > > have you exported it in? Where are you exporting it too on the
> > > internet? If you are exporting to youtube or vimeo have a look at
> > > the bellow links (these might help anyway even if you're not).
> > >
> > > http://vimeo.com/help/compression
> > >
> > > http://www.google.com/support/youtube/bin/answer.py?answer=165543
> > >
> > > And remember settings might change depending on what you're
> > > shooting with and where you are in the world.
> > >
> > > Kev
> > >
> > > > From: email suppressed
> > > > Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2011 13:00:28 -0800
> > > > To: email suppressed
> > > > Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Online film clips
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > What is the trick or technical process needed to get film
> clips to
> > > > play relatively smoothly online? What causes them to be jerky
> > > > inconsistent in their flow?
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