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Offline yacoh

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« Reply #50 on: July 26, 2013, 12:56:46 AM »
Question po sa mga sir. Anong size and format po gamit nyo pag nagaupload kayo ng video sa Vimeo? Meron kasi ako mga 3-5mins videos pero di ko maupload kasi anlaki ng inaabot. Di ko pa alam yung tamang format for uploads na di naman mabago quality nya.Hindi po ko nakapremium so 500mb per upload lang ako. Im using Vegas po pala. Thanks in advance  :)

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« Reply #51 on: July 26, 2013, 02:22:31 AM »
.mov or .mp4

-- i usually compress it down to 1280x720, which gives me around 200-300mb for a 3-5 minute file.



upload a screencap for exporting, not too familiar with Sony Vegas, but maybe i can help you out.




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« Reply #52 on: July 29, 2013, 03:06:17 AM »
.mov or .mp4

-- i usually compress it down to 1280x720, which gives me around 200-300mb for a 3-5 minute file.



upload a screencap for exporting, not too familiar with Sony Vegas, but maybe i can help you out.

Thank you sir. may options po kase na 1280x720 60p and so on.. mp4 format alone,mga 10 sizes ata yun. So mov,wmv,etc. Ito talaga kadalasan format/size gamit ko pero it gives me more or less 1 gig.Kaya clueless ako kung alin dun yung ubra na sagad talaga sa screen ng vimeo na di naman less yung quality.  :) Gusto ko na itry lahat,e.  :lol: tapos nakita ko tong thread na to,baka may sanay po  :)

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« Reply #53 on: July 29, 2013, 05:17:54 AM »
don't go 60p. stick to what you've shot it on (24p/30p)

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« Reply #54 on: July 29, 2013, 03:23:00 PM »
don't go 60p. stick to what you've shot it on (24p/30p)
thank you sir.  :) marami pa ko tanong next time  :-D


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« Reply #55 on: July 29, 2013, 04:10:49 PM »
Question po sa mga sir. Anong size and format po gamit nyo pag nagaupload kayo ng video sa Vimeo? Meron kasi ako mga 3-5mins videos pero di ko maupload kasi anlaki ng inaabot. Di ko pa alam yung tamang format for uploads na di naman mabago quality nya.Hindi po ko nakapremium so 500mb per upload lang ako. Im using Vegas po pala. Thanks in advance  :)




sir kung vegas ang gamit mo.

pag render mo... save as type " Sony AVC (mp4, m2ts, avc) " tapos may template na dyan nakalagay sa baba pang internet pili ka na lang ng size and format..


or kung may adobe media encoder ka, may preset na dun for vimeo..


or gamit ka video converter may preset din dun for youtube and vimeo..
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« Reply #56 on: July 31, 2013, 04:04:13 PM »



sir kung vegas ang gamit mo.

pag render mo... save as type " Sony AVC (mp4, m2ts, avc) " tapos may template na dyan nakalagay sa baba pang internet pili ka na lang ng size and format..


or kung may adobe media encoder ka, may preset na dun for vimeo..


or gamit ka video converter may preset din dun for youtube and vimeo..

thank you sir sa info. i will try lahat yan  :-D

Question about grading. Medyo mahaba to  :-D
Any tips para magmukang film-ish or movie-ish kung yun ba ang term dun. :eek:
Pero ayaw ko ng grainy so ayaw ko ng film effects.
I tried na rin different things, of course maraming tutorial sa youtube and Im learning on my own, and this thread is very helpful for someone like me also.
Aside sa desaturating, ano pa pwede gawin? My problem kase is yes mukha na syang kulay film for me pero parang yung movement sa clips e parang live pa din,ewan kung pano ko mapaliwanag yun,maybe upload ko nalang yung sample and give a link.
I dont know kung sa pagrender ng Vegas yun o kelangan ko na din mag try ng iba. hehe.
And someone told me na may format daw sa Vegas na nagmumukang film pag render,is this true?
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« Reply #57 on: August 01, 2013, 05:39:01 AM »
if anyone's interested with a batch processor with a built-in qf calculator <qf=bits/(pixels*fps)>, check this out...

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« Reply #58 on: August 01, 2013, 06:44:45 AM »
thank you sir sa info. i will try lahat yan  :-D

Question about grading. Medyo mahaba to  :-D
Any tips para magmukang film-ish or movie-ish kung yun ba ang term dun. :eek:
Pero ayaw ko ng grainy so ayaw ko ng film effects.
I tried na rin different things, of course maraming tutorial sa youtube and Im learning on my own, and this thread is very helpful for someone like me also.
Aside sa desaturating, ano pa pwede gawin? My problem kase is yes mukha na syang kulay film for me pero parang yung movement sa clips e parang live pa din,ewan kung pano ko mapaliwanag yun,maybe upload ko nalang yung sample and give a link.
I dont know kung sa pagrender ng Vegas yun o kelangan ko na din mag try ng iba. hehe.
And someone told me na may format daw sa Vegas na nagmumukang film pag render,is this true?
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cge sir, upload ka ng sample....

upload ka din pala kahit screenshot ng film na gusto mo..
check naten kung paano natin makuha yung gusto mo na kalabasan ng vid mo.

saka try mo na din, sumubok ibang program.. heehehe

aralin mo sir final cut pro, adobe premiere and after effects.. mas masarap mag edit dyan. eheheehe
:) less post, less mistake!

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« Reply #59 on: August 21, 2013, 02:37:05 PM »
good thread, now im wondering sinu pwede makapag advise sakin.

i want to make a short clip (wala pang theme or specific na title)

what i have :

d90 (18-105 vr kit and a 50mm 1.8 lens )
some tripods and monopods

Agfa eclipse explorer compact hd video recorder

Sony vegas 10 pro

Adobe PS CS6

Adobe Lightroom 3.2

what i can do :

i am a photographer
i know basic procedure sa vegas 10 pro
i know advance methods sa PS and lightroom
the rest i think di ko pa alam gawin kung anu man kulang pa


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Goal : make a film with that "cinematic" touch sa colors this goes out in general sa video quality and sound quality. Nothing fancy just need to get that cinematic look with out overspending.


Need to know : after shooting and all, how to process the video and make it lets say 720 - 1080p resolution thay can be played sa mga led tvs?

thanks in advance sa mag aadvice :)


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Offline niggah

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« Reply #60 on: August 22, 2013, 02:07:17 PM »
sir ask ko lang ano frame rate  (fps) balak mo? mag depende din kase yang cinematic look na gusto mo sa type ng film na gagawin mo.. 
at syempre yung tamang timpla ng shutter speed mo kung ang gamitin mo ay yung d90 mo.

and sir kung makagawa ka kahit na DIY lang na  setup ng light mas maganda.

sa editing naman i match mo na lang yung project settings sa video mo..
sa huli na yung kulay pag na render mo na sya ng buo.

pwede ka magic bullet sa sony vegas.










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« Reply #61 on: August 23, 2013, 08:59:51 PM »
good thread, now im wondering sinu pwede makapag advise sakin.

i want to make a short clip (wala pang theme or specific na title)

what i have :

d90 (18-105 vr kit and a 50mm 1.8 lens )
some tripods and monopods

Agfa eclipse explorer compact hd video recorder

Sony vegas 10 pro

Adobe PS CS6

Adobe Lightroom 3.2

what i can do :

i am a photographer
i know basic procedure sa vegas 10 pro
i know advance methods sa PS and lightroom
the rest i think di ko pa alam gawin kung anu man kulang pa


-----------------------------------------------------------------

Goal : make a film with that "cinematic" touch sa colors this goes out in general sa video quality and sound quality. Nothing fancy just need to get that cinematic look with out overspending.


Need to know : after shooting and all, how to process the video and make it lets say 720 - 1080p resolution thay can be played sa mga led tvs?

thanks in advance sa mag aadvice :)


i agree with sir niggah

- malaking tulong talaga ang ilaw (just like the principles of photography). also ung picture/color profile na gagamitin (no sure though kng meron sa d90, if meron then usually they set it to flat or standard para hindi altered un natural colors nya bago mo pa man import sa nle mo) specially pag mag ko-color correct or grade ka like the popular magic bullet suites.


- sa frame rate usually ang ginagamit is 24fps (23.97)


- then ang alam ko sa d90 is 720p un max resolution nya, so id say ung settings mo is 1280x720p and 24fps.


- sa exporting naman when viewing in large tv monitors, for me importante din ang compressor or codec na gagamitin for quality over file size and compatibility matter.

not sure if this is relevant. since final cut user ako I use quicktime uncompressed 8-10bit kaso its a huge file but its a lossless compression so full color talaga. meron din prores 422 and 444, na hi-quality and up to 2-3x less un file size compared to 10bit uncompressed and hindi naman ganun ka noticeable ang difference. and ung h.264 na ginagamit sa web like youtube, file-shared movies, na mas magaan but with visible lossy colors. so nasa sayo parin kung pano mo titimplahin to complement sa LED monitor mo. i am not sure though kung anong equivalent codecs and compressors sa sony vegas.

but imho, subject and composition pa rin ang best way to achieve such cinematic effect, the rest are enhancements.

again these are just my opinions based from experiences. hope may naitulong ako.. correct me nlng if may mali akong nasabi, tao lang po hehe


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Offline palmmuteboi

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« Reply #62 on: August 28, 2013, 10:44:46 AM »

i agree with sir niggah

- malaking tulong talaga ang ilaw (just like the principles of photography). also ung picture/color profile na gagamitin (no sure though kng meron sa d90, if meron then usually they set it to flat or standard para hindi altered un natural colors nya bago mo pa man import sa nle mo) specially pag mag ko-color correct or grade ka like the popular magic bullet suites.


- sa frame rate usually ang ginagamit is 24fps (23.97)


- then ang alam ko sa d90 is 720p un max resolution nya, so id say ung settings mo is 1280x720p and 24fps.


- sa exporting naman when viewing in large tv monitors, for me importante din ang compressor or codec na gagamitin for quality over file size and compatibility matter.

not sure if this is relevant. since final cut user ako I use quicktime uncompressed 8-10bit kaso its a huge file but its a lossless compression so full color talaga. meron din prores 422 and 444, na hi-quality and up to 2-3x less un file size compared to 10bit uncompressed and hindi naman ganun ka noticeable ang difference. and ung h.264 na ginagamit sa web like youtube, file-shared movies, na mas magaan but with visible lossy colors. so nasa sayo parin kung pano mo titimplahin to complement sa LED monitor mo. i am not sure though kung anong equivalent codecs and compressors sa sony vegas.

but imho, subject and composition pa rin ang best way to achieve such cinematic effect, the rest are enhancements.

again these are just my opinions based from experiences. hope may naitulong ako.. correct me nlng if may mali akong nasabi, tao lang po hehe


cheers for feers!

makes alot of sense sir

thanks sir niggah and kidstealer!
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