Recording info :
- Canon HF11
- 1920 x 1080 FXP Quality (17 Mbps)
- PF24 Cinematic Mode
- No filter no tripod
Rendering info :
- Codec : AVC/AAC (.mp4)
- Resolution : 1280 x 720
- Bit rate : 10 Mbps
- File size : 299 MB
My first time recording with camcorder - Canon HF11 - the footage is all recorded hand held with no tripod. On the horse scene, I put my Canon on a wood fence so it's very stable.
It's also my first time recording at 24p and doing processing on AVCHD format, because 24p is the highlight feature of HF11, to get the film look. That's what they say and everybody wants it !
So I record everything on 24p when I was on vacation and everything looks perfect on my HF11 LCD. But when I got home and watched the footage on my computer LCD, I was shocked to see all of my footage is all blurry with heavy ghosting.
After doing some research (weeks...months...), the bottom line is the 24p is wrapped inside 60i, so it's not true 24p yet and further processing is required, also researching on how to *correctly* get the true 24p is no real easy task x__x
e.g. what program to use and the correct work flow
"some" of the work flow on the internet only work for HV20 (miniDV tape), but not for HF series (AVCHD m2t/m2ts)
Edited and color corrected using Edius and Sony Vegas.