I've edited a dslr sequence and put it up on vimeo. When I watch the video, I can see a thin black line on the top, and it's not there when the picture gets zoomed in.
Here is the link to the clip on vimeo: http://vimeo.com/35951300
Here is the raw clips meta data:
Here are the sequence settings:
And here are the export settings:
On the timeline, the footage looks fine. I can't see the thin black line on top. If anyone can suggest what I'm doing wrong, I would appreciate it!
You're right. I played the original and couldn't see anything. Then I played the exported file and could see the black line. On the sequence, I've added a horizontal and vertical flip as the video was shot upside down.
Then, I've sped the clip up to 160% using the clip duration speed. Then I used to time remapping to make the clip 1000%. Does it sound
Here is the screen shot of the output tab:
Also, I just compared the two different exports:
From a progressive field sequence and an Upper field sequence. The result from the upper field sequence gives me the best results. When I film the original footage is 50i. Does this sound right? Am I doing something wrong there?
Well, there will be two final destinations. 1. Vimeo H.264 and the second will be Mpeg DVD
I looked at the media info file again. How did you see that it was a progressive clip? Just curious. For some reason I thought I was filming 50i.
With the title maker, create a thin white overlay matted on top of the video track. Maybe feather the edge of the white matte .
Copy the video track and paste onto a higher track. On the lowest track, use motion tool to raise up the image a bit.
The objective the same either way. to mask out the crawling effect at the top.