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Pro: AVCHD Quantization process
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  • @cbrandin Thanks for that detailed explanation. I'm still a little hazy about the Top and Bottom settings. Could you explain how they work in the scheme of things?


  • @qwerty123

    Thanks - that's the one...

  • @driftwood I understand thinking that you are interesting. Of course, although, as for the result of a test chart, a buffer falls to zero in several seconds, recording does not stop. However, since I have set up so that a buffer may not fall in the practical use range, there is no problem in actual shooting, and since recording does not stop even if a buffer should fall, I thought that it is satisfactory. Although the affair of image quality is another question again ... I think that image quality is very bad after frame size becomes small. However again, there is no problem in actual shooting...

    @Vitaliy_Kiselev Although I thought that the thread here was suitable, please move, supposing there is another suitable thread.

    Thank you always. :-)

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  • @cbrandin Thank you for the concrete and detailed explanation.

    "This is what happened in the examples you posted where the min QP is 9 and the max is 35."

    I was afflicted by this phenomenon all the time. "Whether this is good or bad," I could not be determined... Many thanks to the clear understanding that you do. Use the proper frame size and Q, and I think let's make the correct patch. Thanks again. :-)

    BTW, I always use the Stray's chart has been introduced by qwerty123.

  • So what is way of signals from sensor to final image? Wich step we can handle?