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Using h264 in loseless mode brings small unexpected results

I got curious on ffmpeg screen capture capabilities and started messing around with a simple realtime capture test in h264. ffmpeg -f dshow -i video="screen-capture-recorder" -video_size 1920x1080 ...
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How to reduce the size of video to 700 mb

Please help me , I have copied some movies to laptop from dvd disk, but the size of movies are more than 2 gb. But the movies uploaded to torrents are only 700 mb with the same clarity. How to reduce ...
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Why This Video Appears in Full Canvas?

Rookie video editor here, asking about video canvas. Don't know the right term in video editing but in image editing it's area that is not part of it. This is the video: ...
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How to prevent lossy re-encode of low-bitrate videos uploaded to YouTube

I have a huge number of low-res Flash videos (480x270, 30 fps, 800 Kbps) and I want to resample all those videos in 1280x720 with some added spatial sharpening and lomo filters to make them look ...
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What is the state-of-the-art on using computers to “clean-up” videos?

TWO PART QUESTION - We've all seen the movies/TV shows where the police/feds/spies use computer software to take a grainy photo and do a "clean-up" to see a better picture and more details. I assume ...
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Determining original resolution of an upscaled digital image?

It is believed that anime is made at resolutions below 1080p. most anime are [made in 720p]. Very few anime series are produced in native 1080p. Yet if anime is sold on Blu-Ray, it is ...
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How to drastically reduce size of very simple video?

I've got a series of videos that I'm looking to drastically reduce in size. The video content is very simple: text animating on white background with a voice track on top. The text is mostly just ...
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Usage of Target and Maximum Bitrate with the H264 Codec in Premiere Pro

When exporting a video using the H264 Codec with a variable bitrate in Premiere Pro, you can set the target bitrate and the maximum bitrate. I would like to know how those work together and if there ...
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Problem with external playback on Canon SX50 HS Powershot

I have a Canon SX50 HS Powershot and recently I discovered that when I play videos on my SD card on my computer using the Windows Media Player, the video quality itself is much more pixelated and ...
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Producing Video Lectures similar to Coursera/EDX

I would like to record video lectures using a light board scenario which is a transparent board on which one can draw as if one is drawing on the screen/camera itself. For those of you interested, ...
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How Can I Eliminate Moiré With Blackmagic 2.5K?

Just picked up Blackmagic camera. Shooting in 2.5K for a series of interviews and experiencing excessive moire throughout all subjects. There are no obnoxious patterns on anyone, so I'm wondering ...
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Changing position creates loss of quality in Premiere Pro CS5

I have a Premiere Pro (CS5) project with raw files that are of good quality (image looks sharp), etc. When I export it, no matter what settings, it looks worse. At first I thought it was an OS X vs. ...
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From Avid Media Composer to DVD?

I have a 1920x1080i project (a 50 minute film) in Avid Media Composer (version 3). How can I make a high-quality DVD from my project? Specifically: Can I export straight from Avid to a DVD format ...
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How do I add a deblocking filter for playing a video in MPC-HC?

I have a video with heavy artifacts and I'd like to add a deblocking filter to it. Is there a way to do this in MPC-HC, or under the ffdshow settings, some other way?
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8bit vs 10bit vs 12bit

I do a lot of HEVC encoding and what I've read is 10bit is always better than 8bit, even from an 8bit source, because it avoids rounding errors. Is that true? Also, then is 12bit better than 10bit or ...
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Detecting silence duration and start time using ffmpeg

Ffmpeg is having a silence detect filter which will provide the silence start second,how can we get the duration of that silence? Also how can we detect silence in multiple audio tracks in same file?
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How to fix analogue jumping and flickering from VHS that is now digitised

My parents gave me to digitise our 20 year old VHS tape from my childhood which is very dear to me. They not knowingly left it in the shelf for quite sometime without realising that magnetic tape ...
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Which scaling filter should I use for heavy video downscaling while playback in mpv?

I have tried ewa_lanczos with scale-antiring=1.0 for downscaling and am seeing considerable aliasing like this https://my.mixtape.moe/ziqgpc.png source: https://my.mixtape.moe/qhqjtp.png mpv manual ...
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Damaged output problem

The problem is I have a perfect piece of video and I'm trying to combine it with a song in Sony Vegas Pro 13, but the output looks very broken: It is broken anyway, even if I do nothing. Could you ...
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At what point is HD content downgraded to SD from a service provider?

Is the High Definition (HD) content provided by cable companies through fiber and copper downgraded, to Standard Definition (SD) at the cable box?
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SDI Converters from Many other Forms

I need a Converter from DVI, VGA, and CVBS to SDI. The most important thing is that this converter don't change the signals informations, I want it just to convert the signal. Is that even possible ? ...
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CUDA video card

I am new to After Effects. Just did my first real project - lots of fun. I am not that happy with my encoding output quality. Is it true that having a CUDA video card - i.e. rendering in hardware - ...