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Author Topic: Best video format, frame rate, i or p for stock video?  (Read 3844 times)

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« on: June 16, 2014, 04:32 »
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Hello,

i bought Canon camcorder for microstock footage and i'm little lost between frame rates, video formats
which is best for microstock. I can't find any concreteness in any forum.

1. What video format to choose AVCHD or MP4?
AVCHD record video in 28 Mbps (50p progressive) or 24 Mbps (50i or PF25, both interlaced). MP4 record video in 35 Mbps (50p) and 24 Mbps (25p).
2. What frame rate is better 50p 25p 50i PF25?
I checked 50i video and PF25 with Media info both are interlaced. So if i want to record 25p video i need to use MP4 format?
3. Maybe i can record 50p or 50i video and then in Premiere or Vegas i can compress ir to 25p. Then my
original archive files will be better quality(50p).
4. progressive or interlaced is better for stock footage? If i am right interlaced is better for panorama
scenes?

Please share your knowledge and help with these questions. I think many people would be thankful for it.




« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2014, 05:48 »
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