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  • Progressive footage on Bluray

     John Rofrano updated 8 years, 3 months ago 3 Members · 4 Posts
  • Martin Phillips

    July 5, 2013 at 7:50 pm

    Hi everyone,

    So I have my gopro 3 black and for the best results strapped to a quadcopter (1080p 60fps) im having difficulty using that footage as part of a film shot with my main camera (Sony z5) in 1080i 50i. What would be the best render settings/project properties for a project like this. The film will need to be supplied on DVD and Blu-ray discs.

    Regards
    Martin

  • Stephen Mann

    July 6, 2013 at 1:37 am

    So, what’s the question?

    Steve Mann
    MannMade Digital Video
    http://www.mmdv.com

  • Martin Phillips

    July 6, 2013 at 9:12 am

    My question is:

    ‘What would be the best render settings/project properties for a project like this’ ? (Sorry forgot the ? Last time).

    To elaborate, would I set the project properties to progressive, or interlaced? When rendering out, how does the progressive footage deal with being rendered out as interlaced? (which I think is required for Blu-ray)
    Martin

  • John Rofrano

    July 6, 2013 at 11:10 am

    [Martin Phillips] “So I have my gopro 3 black and for the best results strapped to a quadcopter (1080p 60fps) im having difficulty using that footage as part of a film shot with my main camera (Sony z5) in 1080i 50i.”

    Why are you shooting with a mixture of PAL and NTSC cameras? You should decide on one or the other.

    [Martin Phillips] “What would be the best render settings/project properties for a project like this. The film will need to be supplied on DVD and Blu-ray discs.”

    Do you plan to deliver PAL or NTSC DVD’s and Blu-ray? I would set the timeline to whatever format you choose and render to the same template. e.g., if you are using PAL then set your project to PAL HD and render using the PAL Sony AVC or MainConcept MPEG-2 templates for DVD and Blu-ray accordingly.

    ~jr

    http://www.johnrofrano.com
    http://www.vasst.com

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