What is an IPB video

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  • Hello friends, I am currently doing video recording and want to get the best out of it #

    If I record now which setting do you recommend Gerin Comp. All i or IPB High Comp?

    LG

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    Well, a low compression is always preferable to a high one, as far as image quality is concerned. In that case, it doesn't change that much in terms of image quality, since All-I is easier to cut than IPB material. If you have a strong PC, this is not so important.

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  • Thank you very much first

    I still have a question Please, I think it's quite jerky when I record in Full HD what can be the reason?

    is there a huge difference in image quality between Full HD and 720?

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    If it jerks, then it is probably due to your playback device

    You can already see 1080p to 720p, but the difference is not huge now. Nevertheless, I would recommend filming in 1080p.

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  • hmmm okay I can still play slow motion with 1080p and 25frames, so play the video slower e.g. for special moments in the video had always been recorded with 720p 60 before

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    Of course you can also slow down a video with 25 frames, only if you want a smooth video then this is not recommended. Through some processing steps that I am not aware of, you can also achieve smooth recordings that have around 10-18fps.

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    It is possible to interpolate images. If you want to do slow motion, I would recommend you record in higher frame rates - in the case of the 5D III, in 720p.

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