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This happens with interlaced video. Interlaced video is drawn to the screen in two passes, first the odd lines from top to bottom, then the even lines from bottom to top. This is a legacy thing inherited from the days of good ol' CRT tubes when the dots on the screen was drawn using a beam; and to optimize the physical limitations of that the beam could not ...


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Try VLC or AvTech PlayLite (appears to be abandonware). However, from my cursory research, it seems that DV4 videos are supposed to be bundled with proprietary software (check this Bosch PDF, page 13), so if you're missing that, you might be out of luck.


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This is almost certainly a data rate problem. The quality level of H.264 from a camera is much higher and much less compressed than a typical media file. H.264 is an elaborate compression which can achieve substantial compression ratios while maintaining high quality, however it is also very complex and difficult to encode with the best compression ...


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Many different factors can contribute to stutter in video playback. It could be a CPU issue (check your CPU when playing the video) in which case, a simpler codec or a player that can leverage the graphics card for decoding would help. It could also be data rate related though. In this case, using a simpler format would actually compound the problem as ...


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There are a few things to consider. The MP4 spec was not designed for the playback of high frame rate files, because the files are highly compressed, and limited to using a single core for decompression. Even if you had 12 cores, the file would not decompress any faster. The easiest way to solve your issue is to either encode the MP4 into another codec, or ...


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The problems with seeking are typically in the video player and not in the videos themselves, so you may want to look at different video player. A video player should be able to seek to any frame in the video, regardless of format and the encoder settings used. It is also technically possible to play any video backwards, even though very few players support ...


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Yes, that has to do with keyframes. Most players can only seek to a keyframe. Others will go to the prior keyframe and decode up to the point selected. Others will just play gibberish until the next keyframe. Having regular keyframes increases your file size, but also adds many more points a user can seek to in your video. If you are referring to how to ...


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1st, make sure you don't have any equipment or 3rd party programs that interfere with the audio on your computer because, more often than not, it is a problem with that instead of the audio on the computer itself. I actually asked a similar question (which is specific to your question) about a third party program messing with Ableton (same as with ...


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Sounds like a job for either re-compression, solid state drives or both. It appears that the BlackMagic Television Studio does has the media server that the other Black Magic ATEMs have, so you might also be able to load them in to that depending on their length. Your bottle neck is almost certainly data rates, and the main options are to increase the rate ...


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While it is true that 720p video only has about half the data of a 1080p feed, the other thing you have to realize is that when you push the system beyond it's limit, it may spend a lot of time trying to process frames that it doesn't finish in time. Depending on how the player is configured, it may give up and try to catch up rather than finish rendering ...


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I enabled Deinterlace in VLC and the problem almost got solved, see the screenshot from the same frame, there is still jagged edges, but much better. And I changed its deinterlace mode from the default "Blend" to something else the lines seems to disappear...


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The reason it plays back in slow-motion is because you recorded it in slow-motion mode. From Kodak's web page (my emphasis): 720p at 60 fps—for fast action and super slow motion playback Your computer have no problem playing back the video if CPU usage is just 30% and have a full frame rate of 60 fps. What you need to change this is to re-time your ...


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Yes - while playing the video, press the L key to increase playback speed and press the J key to decrease it. For further options, please reference the relevant Premiere Pro documentation.


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Windows Media Player by default will re-size the video to fit the screen. To get it back down to the actual video resolution you will need to press F11 to exit full screen mode. If it is still not the correct size right click on the video and select 100% from the Video sub menu. As for preventing the video player from resizing the video, I don't think ...


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Ok, so it turns out that after a large amount of research into error codes, the Error: e:31:23 means that there is a problem with the right hand side tape reel cog. It appears that the cog cannot move the spool, as it clicks a bit before displaying the error when I insert a tape. I think this can only be fixed by a specialist, but I included this answer to ...



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