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Hey, starting a new thread because digging through years-old threads on the subject is maddening and most the relevant software has long since changed. I'm a FCPx user, but interested in the process of upscaling SD vx footage in Premiere Pro/FCPx/Compressor/etc... whatever will make it work. I'm including an example of a crispy 720p vx upload as well as one of my own if you want to see the difference I'm talking about, although I'm sure you know what I mean if you're here. https://youtu.be/A-bM40TMzNQ (my footage) https://youtu.be/V5Cq59_GQn4 (crispy example) My question is essentially how to achieve the 720p vx footage. Methods I've tried include: 1) creating a project in native SD dimensions (NTSC for me - so 640x480) and exporting as 960x720 (to preserve aspect ratio) 2) creating a custom project with 960x720 (rec.601 audio and 29.97 frame rate) and exporting that 3) taking a native 640x480 project, exporting natively, and then upscaling with Compressor/Media Encoder If you have any experience doing this and maybe I'm missing something obvious, I'd sure love the help.
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Just uploaded another episode of "SESSIONS", this time with Kevin Love seshing a handrail. Check it out!!! "Have you ever rolled up to a spot and right out the gate, you or all of your friends start to sesh it like you're at your home town skatepark? This segment is meant to exploit that occasional situation. Featuring: Kevin Love Artist: Robert Pete Williams Song: You Used To Be A Sweet Cover Shaker"
Hi, I have been filming 1080 30p for a long time since ive had my Canon 600d, I used to use 720 60p and I havent really nocticed a difference but i was wondering what do other people use and is 1080p's resolution actually that much better? You can watch a video I filmed in 1080p here Thanks