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French Atlantic coast in winter

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by anaraw, Jan 2, 2017.

  1. anaraw

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    First test with ND4 filter

     
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    Do you use Adobe for encoding ?
     
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    Absolutly. Movies are on 25 Fps 1920x1080 - H264 encoding within CS5.
     
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    Thanks, I ask, cause I see during the film many little delays ... typical for adobe encoding and using youtube re-encoding.
    It is possible, your video was encoded with variable frame rate. Youtube can not handle this correct.
     
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    Thank you for this comments. We'll take into account for the next time.
    Could you please confirm the best encoding mode for youtbe or vimeo ?
    Thanks in advance
     
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    Excellent in quality and content
     
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    So is it only the Adobe Products, both Premiere CC and Elements? What about Powerdirector does it do that too?