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Camera panning scene juddery when converted to MP4 (CALVC vs CABAC & Profile) ?

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Jun 19, 2020

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I have a HD video in which there is a camera panning scene.

The scene looks Ok, but when I convert it down to MP4, it looks slightly more juddery than I'd like it to be.

Could this be helped by using the right MP4 settings ?

My bit rate is high enough, but I am wondering if there is a concensus on if CALVC is better than CABAC, and what profile is best to choose (High 3.0 for example) ?

The original video is an uncompressed and the camera panning scene looks not perfect motion, but acceptable in that.  Its only when its converted to MP4 the judder is more apparent.

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Camera panning scene juddery when converted to MP4 (CALVC vs CABAC & Profile) ?

Explorer ,
Jun 19, 2020

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I have a HD video in which there is a camera panning scene.

The scene looks Ok, but when I convert it down to MP4, it looks slightly more juddery than I'd like it to be.

Could this be helped by using the right MP4 settings ?

My bit rate is high enough, but I am wondering if there is a concensus on if CALVC is better than CABAC, and what profile is best to choose (High 3.0 for example) ?

The original video is an uncompressed and the camera panning scene looks not perfect motion, but acceptable in that.  Its only when its converted to MP4 the judder is more apparent.

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