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Video quality :D
« on: 04 / January / 2008, 23:26:46 »
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Been awhile since I follow up the hack

I have Canon s3 IS and just found out about the ISO ... we do need a lower ISO like 50 yeah !!! awesome ....

NOw, I am grateful also for the video quality. Thanks for those making quality videos happening :D

Now, I am wondering how how does the bits compared to frames per second ???

I am also interested to know if it is possible to allow wide angle function since the TV nowadays are more towards wide angle ????

Thanks heaps ....

God bless ...

Happy new year too ... :D

Re: Video quality :D
« Reply #1 on: 07 / January / 2008, 20:23:22 »
You can read some discussion on the bitrates on this Downloads Discussion Page.

For a different aspect ratio, then use a composition grid overlay then use something like Virtual Dub to crop/resize your video to a new format.



Thanks Woodsman ... I am not sure I understand you how to get the composition grid overlay thingy ????

How does it affect the quality of video ???

wondering if you know the best settings now for the video ??? quality of 85 is good or not  ??? how much the compression degrades the video quality I wonder ...

Re: Video quality :D
« Reply #2 on: 08 / January / 2008, 01:19:52 »
You can read some discussion on the bitrates on this Downloads Discussion Page.

For a different aspect ratio, then use a composition grid overlay then use something like Virtual Dub to crop/resize your video to a new format.



Thanks Woodsman ... I am not sure I understand you how to get the composition grid overlay thingy ????

How does it affect the quality of video ???

wondering if you know the best settings now for the video ??? quality of 85 is good or not  ??? how much the compression degrades the video quality I wonder ...

Grid doesn't do anything to the output, it just puts lines on the screen for framing, you the use another program to crop the video size to the desired one.  This is really the best way to do it, as there is a neverending opinion on what "widescreen" is (i.e., 16:9 2.33:1, 2.66:1, etc.).  If you look at the "widescreen" resolution for photos, that's all it is, a cropped version of the already available resolutions, it doesn't offer anything extra except convenience of not having to do it externally.

 

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