hello guys! what about if I make 3d stereoscopic template for VH. I search a lot and can’t find any 3d stereoscopic template. is it forbid on vh?
I think it can be a new marketing and big sales method.
In my opinion if you want do that you must make 3d stereoscopic project and normal project. I mean 2 in 1. Maybe after 5 years, all of the projects will be 2 in 1 and after 10 years only 3d stereoscopic.
It is my opinion. : )
And you gave me new idea for my mot-graph render (3d city) I will make 2 in 1
Thank you and Good Luck : )
videohive a ’’cheap and quality materialz’’ place.
I think it is normal. Im OK about prices.
low price high sales. this is the reason.
Very interesting information in this topic. Thanks to everybody for some clarification In my case, I’ve always used h264 so far as it seemed logical because my camera outputs video in h264. But I’ve noticed a huuuuge drop in quality and very visible noise after I tried to apply some corrections and it never crossed my mind I could encode the video in some other codec. I have to try it out.
You are right. there are really important information. I will buy a new cam. I hope I will try to record new codec and better quality with lens : )
Will sales stop in christmast?
I dont talk about low sales. I mean really prosedural stop.
If footage is shot in h.264 then you certainly don’t “add” quality to it by compressing as ProRes or PJPEG. However, if you are going to do something to your footage – for instance a colour correction – and then save off into another format, then by using h.264, you are effectively applying two rounds of very heavy compression to your footage. If you were to use Prores or PJPEG, you will have used the first initial h.264 out of the camera, followed by a very light compression. The artefacts from the first round of compression (saved by the camera) will always be there, but by using PJPEG or ProRes, you will be avoiding a second round of heavy h.264 artefacts.
You could liken it to making a recording of an old vinyl record. However you record it, you will have the crackle of the vinyl and the scratch of the needle, but if you imagine recording the output of the record through a cable to an uncompressed digital format – you will have a high-fidelity copy of the record, including all its scratches. If you record the same using a cheap microphone held up to the speaker, then you will have a low-fidelity copy and you will add a layer of audio-mud to the recording of the crackly record. Same principle. It’s all about generational loss.The best way to judge for video is by eye on a clip by clip basis. Ultimately, experience and a little experimentation is usually the way to go. Important to understand is also roughly how various codecs work. Crucially, h.264 is an inter-frame codec, whereas ProRes and PJPEG are intra-frame codecs. Understanding the differences between these two will go some way to making it clear to you which to use and when.
wow : )
it was really clear.
thank you so much
Im agree with AndrVlad. Ive got similar situation in post production today. Ive created intro for music video in 60% created by HD stock footage in H264. But my client wanted this in ProRess 422HQ to next post production process (CC). I told him that it will not delivery any of extra information for this footage. Its just pump up empty gigabytes. But he didn’t believe so Ive send 3Gb file instead of 240Mb. This is just how they “see” things. :/
Understand… I made a test before 5 second.
there is no big quality or big noise difference for h264 and photo JPEG.
but photo JPEG 540 mb h264 220mb : )
AndrVlad Thank you for your kind comments. I need comments like yours.
but Im not have an answer yet:
Q1: I shot with canon 600d as h264. which is good render for me. photo jpeg or h264 ?
Q2: Do buyers care about this difference?
if l use h264 at all of my footages maybe 2000 footages; will my sells be low?
I use Canon 600D for now.
My stock footages are all H.264 codec. But I looked best seller stock footage all of them are Photo JPEG codec.
Is that ?mportant for quality? I must render in AE Photo JPEG?
And also my Canon 600D shooting H.264, If I make render Photo JPEG will it be better my footage more than H.264 render?
it important for me.
Thank you : )