Poor Video Quality Issues

rob-h wrote on 6/9/2019, 5:42 PM

I sort of gave up on shooting and editing video for almost a year as my final product quality is usually a mess. I decided to give it another try and shot an ice show last weekend. I used an NX3, Z150 and my A99II as a backup cover shot. I allowed the cameras to operate in auto mode as manually setting them just has not worked out for me in the past. I imported my video from the 3 cameras into Vegas, set my brightness/contrast with the video scope on each video, sync'd it all up and multicam'd the tracks.

Any recommendations as to how I can make this look better. I have Ver. 15, but prefer using my older ver. 13. Here is a sample rendering of the video: https://vimeo.com/341217743



Musicvid wrote on 6/9/2019, 7:19 PM

We will be glad to look at your video, and to help you troubleshoot, we need to see the following data for each camera source, and your final (rendered video.

Sorry to have you jump through so many hoops, yet we can't do much without seeing all four sets of data.


Musicvid wrote on 6/9/2019, 7:23 PM

Sorry, Vimeo does not recognize your video link. Try again?

EricLNZ wrote on 6/9/2019, 8:59 PM

Sorry, Vimeo does not recognize your video link. Try again?

Same here. But when I tried a few hours ago it was working.

The quality at 1080 on my 24 inch screen was good. Some movement appeared to have blurring or ghosting though. Intentional?

rob-h wrote on 6/9/2019, 10:39 PM

I opened up the Vimeo security on the video for "everyone". I downloaded the mediainfo program, attached is a screen shot of the camera file info.

In the past I shot at 60 frames, thought I would do this show at 30 frames to see how it looked. For action, I guess I better stay at 60 frames going forward. I wonder how much Vimeo does to the video on their end, I bet that their compression is not helping matters.

I see parents post cell phone videos that look way better than my Z150 , so all I can say is "Hey, I have a program audio feed, you should hear my sound!"

I rendered in Sony AVC/MVC 1920x1080 30P

Vegas Properties:

Other cameras:

Musicvid wrote on 6/9/2019, 11:17 PM

If you are changing frame rate, it is best practice to set Resampling to Off for every media that is not the same as Project and Render frame rate. See if that helps, and Eric and I will dig deeper.

When posting MediaInfo, go to View->Text to post full file properties.

Musicvid wrote on 6/10/2019, 3:20 PM

I will look closer, but at first glance it seems you may have high shutter speed at 60fps that is choppy at 30fps. Might try a tiny motion blurthe in the meantime.