I have a set of 2 aiptek ahd z600 mounted side by side to capture in 3D, I'm very satisfied whith the results I get but I don't know anything about compressing a vidéo.
when I view the result of the original .mov files (I open them in stereoscopic player with some avs scripts, I get a very good result, the vidéo is verry clear, nicelly contrasted and ghosting is near to 0, even when I make some crazy pop-up effects (yeah I like to play with pop-ups LOL)
red objects are verry clear and don't ghost
probleme is as soon as I save the files in avi (I tried many codecs but usually stick with xvid), I get a watchable vidéo file with little less détails and contrast.
it's not a very big problem until I shoot something red.. as soon as I have something red on the vidéo, it comes with huge ghosting :(
is that a comon problem or am I doing somethig wrong, what codecs should I use to keep a good quality (with no "red ghosting") and keep a reasonable size to my vidéos?
I uploaded an exemple on megashare,
the first file is a .rar with the originals files (the 2 vues + avs files to open them)http://www.megaupload.com/?d=YRJGUYIV
the 2nd is a convertion to interlaced format and compressed with xvid's codechttp://www.megaupload.com/?d=01DDR4RP
at about 00.25 you can see a guy in red, walking in the backound, he apprears verry clear on the original mov file but look terrible on the compressed file
I also had the same problem on the vidéo I did post on mtbs earlyer but I can't open them anymore :(viewtopic.php?f=25&t=3629
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