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  • Re: Poor MP4 quality

    mdriggs: culpanr:I'm surprised that you haven't been able to get a decent MP4 export from Studio... I also used to archive completed video and captures from old miniDV tapes as MPEG-2 but switched to MP4 (with H.264 video encoding) as the files were smaller and the export quicker (also able to use hardware acceleration). I wonder if there is an ...
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on October 17, 2019
  • Re: Poor MP4 quality

    culpanr:I'm surprised that you haven't been able to get a decent MP4 export from Studio... I also used to archive completed video and captures from old miniDV tapes as MPEG-2 but switched to MP4 (with H.264 video encoding) as the files were smaller and the export quicker (also able to use hardware acceleration). I wonder if there is an issue ...
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on October 17, 2019
  • Re: Poor MP4 quality

    Thanks to everyone. Tried everything I can come up with, but the issue seems unresolvable. Apparently it is possible to make a sort-of-interlaced MP4, but looks worse than a pure progressive conversion. I'm amazed at how poor the software deinterlacers seem to be.
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on October 15, 2019
  • Re: Poor MP4 quality

    mdriggs: Jorgensen:For your interest. Have done old DV PAL file conversions to MP4 files for saving harddisk space. First you need to figure out if the format is the 4:3 or 16:9 by looking at it - your source is 720x480 which technical is 16:9&nbsp;despite&nbsp;the stated 4:3 format. Then I use AVS Video Converter to convert to the proper MP4 ...
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on October 14, 2019
  • Re: Poor MP4 quality

    Jorgensen:For your interest. Have done old DV PAL file conversions to MP4 files for saving harddisk space. First you need to figure out if the format is the 4:3 or 16:9 by looking at it - your source is 720x480 which technical is 16:9&nbsp;despite&nbsp;the stated 4:3 format. Then I use AVS Video Converter to convert to the proper MP4 format ...
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on October 14, 2019
  • Re: Poor MP4 quality

    mdriggs: acsscott:I'm not sure if handbrake corrupts 640x480 videos like it does some older 720x480 AVI files making them 704x480(Content Only).&nbsp; If your source video is 640x480, then set the Handbrake output video size to 640x480.&nbsp; What device did you use to capture 640x480 DV? &nbsp; DV Spec:Closely following ITU-R&nbsp;Rec. ...
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on October 14, 2019
  • Re: Poor MP4 quality

    acsscott:I'm not sure if handbrake corrupts 640x480 videos like it does some older 720x480 AVI files making them 704x480(Content Only).&nbsp; If your source video is 640x480, then set the Handbrake output video size to 640x480.&nbsp; What device did you use to capture 640x480 DV? &nbsp; DV Spec:Closely following ITU-R&nbsp;Rec. ...
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on October 14, 2019
  • Re: Poor MP4 quality

    Well, I can get better-looking MP4 files via Handbrake than via Studio 22. Still not quite as good as the old MPEG-2 files or the original (DV) AVI files, however. Problems are most apparent along horizontal edges. You mention specifying the output resolution to match the source, but I can't find any way of making the output 720 x 480, unless I'm ...
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on October 13, 2019
  • Re: Poor MP4 quality

    Thanks. I'll give that a shot.
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on October 7, 2019
  • Poor MP4 quality

    I have quite a few projects based on DV sources or conversions. In the past I've been able to do MPEG-2 exports that look great. Then, recently, I got a Roku device that doesn't recognize MPEG files but is happy with MP4. So I thought I would just re-render these projects in MP4 (via Studio 22 Ultimate) and be off to the races. Unfortunately, I ...
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on October 6, 2019
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