Originally Posted by f13dfx
Well, I burned a 3D bluray of 1 hour & 45 minutes of Europe footage taken by Sony TD10 in PD10. The resulting bluray for the most part played fine, but I noticed that the video was jittery where there was a lot of motion involved. I'd say that the footage taken of still subjects and when I wasn't moving around were perfect.
Any explanation for the jittery part and how that could be cured in PD10?
Explanation is that the re-encoding done by PD10 to burn this to "bluray" is a compromise producing "less than optimum" results.
How about giving SVP a try at burning just the scenes (go back to the original material) that are jittery with PD10. Use 720p60 output from SVP. Does that give you better results? Did turning down the overclocking make SVP work? I haven't used 11 yet, though 10e had problems with crashing when there wasn't enough disk space on the system drive, and this can occur with SSDs which are typically smaller than hard drives.
The original bluray format allows 3D in 720p60-3D and 1080p24-3D, but not the native format of the TD10 camcorder, which is 1080i60-3D. This is why SVP and PD10 convert the bluray output, since 1080i60-3D is not compatible with "bluray."
There is an newer format than bluray, that can also be burned to bluray media, which is called AVCHD 2.0. AVCHD 2.0 allows the native 1080i60-3D of the TD10 to be played from bluray disks without needing to re-encode it or convert it.
Although AVCHD 2.0 can be burned to bluray BD-R media, the resulting disk is not a "bluray." The resulting disk is "AVCHD 2.0." The point is that there are very few players that will play this.
There is a discussion of the tool to burn these AVCHD 2.0 disks in the following thread. The tool (PMB 5.8) is free for TD10 users. Editing is limited to making trimmed segments and joining them. There are no menus, no transitions, no tweaking of the signal. The arguments put forth in the first posts by people other than the thread originator are not informative, and best ignored.http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1364668
Since there is no re-encoding, the output is the exact same quality that the TD10 records. There is very little time spent waiting, other than burning the disk. Playback is currently limited to Sony 480 580 and 780 bluray players (updated firmware) on burned media. Joined file output from PMB can also be played back on the TD10 itself, or several software players.