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  1. charliehorse

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    Hi All
    Anyone any ideas why a video would be very jerky or stuttery
    when rendered and uploaded to youtube or Vimeo?
    The original footage looks fine. It seems to be worse when the H itself is moving too.
    There is a lot of movement in the video. Farm machinery harvesting.
    I have the std. firmware and was shooting in PAL so maybe a conflict here.
    I used 30fps and 1/60 where possible with a 2 stop ND on.
    Maybe its my machine not up to the task. MS Surface pro 3 with 4Gb ram and i5.
     
  2. JCFlippen

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    Shoot 1080p60 and all should be fine on Vimeo.
     
  3. Brandon Lowe

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    Can you provide a link to the video and we can see what it looks like on different computers?
     
  4. charliehorse

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    Tried it just now on a different machine but same spec.
    Same result.
     
  5. Brandon Lowe

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    Yep I see it on my computer too. I do not know the tricks but seems like when they go up to youtube that happens often.
     
  6. charliehorse

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    Going to stick to 1080p/60 this weekend as JC suggested and see how it goes.
    Maybe the i5 4Gb just cannot keep up.
     
  7. Christoph

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    Despite the jerykyness, I really enjoyed watching this Charlie. I miss a bit of silaging. Thanks for sharing!
     
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  8. charliehorse

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    Thanks Christoph
    I rendered it again in 1080p/30. Big difference in smoothness.
    Select 1080p in settings.
    Sorry. I went overboard with the FX's
    Not going to let youtube adjust the color this time.
    Its way over saturated on the old one.
     
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  9. WilsonFlyer

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    I didn't see any particular jerkiness in the first one (assuming the first one really is still the first one). I'm running an i5 early generation with 8G and plenty of pipe. I use to have jerkiness in some videos until I finally upgraded my video card a couple of weeks ago. I've been knowing a long time I needed to do it but I caught a cheap one on sale (R7 240 Radeon on closeout) at BB for $50. Made all the difference in the world for me. Should have done it 2 years ago in hindsight.
     
  10. Brandon Lowe

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    I agree it was fun to watch.
     
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  11. Brian Mackey

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    Are you using auto exposure? that can cause those fluctuations. get your exposure settings thne switch to manual so it does not change thru the different lighting, Especially the sky :) Great video By the way :)
     
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  12. abinder

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    I didn't notice any jerkiness when viewing it on my iPhone 6s+.

    I know if I try to view YouTube videos at 180p or 720p at 60 fps on computers at work, those computers 'choke' on them and there's lots of jerkiness.


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