Hi guys .
Take a look at this shoot . Can you help me the best setting to get rid of the flicker that you can see in the vid .
Mavic Pro 1 . Never had this trouble with the Phantom Advanced .
Hi guys .
At what res/fps did you record?
This was 4k at 25fps
Shutter at 50 .ND filter .
Tried it a3 2.7k and not much better .
Yup - and you’ve rendered at 30fps … it has to invent those extra 5 frames every second by repeating every 5th frame, and that gives you that twitchiness.
Also - you’ve rendered at 1920x960 … which is one strange, and definition losing, resolution. Should be 1920x1080.
Its not the twitch it’s the flicker i am getting . I get it more noticeble when it’s close in on trees or grass .
I have to say I don’t see a flicker. At what time point are you seeing that?
Look at 2:21 when it’s panning up over the wall . The trees are flickering bad .
Also at 2:57 .
Not visible on laptop, but it is discernible if I cast it to my TV.
Is it apparent in the unedited video?
Same on the vid before editing .
If i am doing high shoots it never shows up .
As you can see in the opening shots over the village .
This could be some kind of moiré effect of the fine detail clashing with the sensor grid as it crosses it.
Other than that I don’t have any suggestions.
You are absolutely correct . I have just viewed it back on Mac book and no flicker .
So it must be my TV that is creating this flicker .
Thanks for jumping my brain in gear .
I have been scratching my head for ages over this matter .
Knowledge and ideas are for sharing.
New monitor needed .
Expensive solution. LOL!
I have a spare 38inch so will give that a try . Or it could just be my TV settings
Well - at least you now know that it’s not the Mavic.
Well bugger me .
I have just turned the sharpness down on the monitor and bingo … Well i never .
I will also take your advice on the frame rate and rendering .
Even cheaper! 50% of the money saved on a new TV can be donated to my PayPal account.
Advice is a lot more expensive than it used to be . lol