|Render MPEG-2 1080p50 50p video in HQ
||Sat, 31 January 2015 03:40
Registered: November 2010
Location: Lund, SE
Unfortunately it seems that most professional video editing software have problems rendering the 50p format. It seems that the 50p is simply disabled; currently a bit out of normal standards. Sony Vegas 13 simply refuses to select this frame rate, and so do TMPEnc. My estimate is that this will change in future.|
What is 50p ?
The normal video frame rate is 25p for 25 full frames each second, or 50i for 50 half frames/second. The 50p format, with 50 full frames/second, is an obvious extension and highly recommended for intermediate work during editing. The problem is to render 50p output video.
Render 50p using Bigasoft video converter !
First, we need an intermediate 50p video rendered from the video editing software. I use AVI Intel IYUV 1920 1080 50 frames/second. This video format import and export across products and version. Prepare yourself for about 600GB/hour file size.
I then convert this to MPEG-2 using the following magic settings:
Select HD-video; MPEG-2 PS video
Video Size 1920 1080 HD
Frame Rate 50
Same Quality True
Encode Mode VBR
Pixel format yuv422p or yuv420p for 4:2:2 or 4:2:0 video
I intend to build an MKV file using a separate audio track, so I don't include audio.
On my LG TV dc 10 and GOP 210 and yuv420p works well. The yuv422p is not supported possibly due to a hardware picture decoder. There is absolutely no problem with a 35000b/s bitrate.
[Updated on: Sat, 31 January 2015 13:38]
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