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Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by Liamus27, Sep 13, 2016.

  1. Liamus27

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    Hi - what sort of bitrate should my video be once I have edited it in FCPX and exported it using H264 assuming video shot in 1080 a 24fps.

    I just can't rid this nagging feeling that there is something wrong with my video quality as I am unable to shoot any video with quality I am happy with and once processed with FCPX it looks really crunchy.

    Also why is the video I export from FCP always at a different bitrate?
     
  2. Cobs

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    I would say you need to be around 25mbps for full HD @ 24fps.
     
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    So my video after being edited in FCPX is 12.9Mbps
     
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    Cant you change the bitrate on export?
     
  5. Liamus27

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    I'm hoping someone can tell me that...
     
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    My understanding is the bit rate is transmission rate from the bird to the controller.
    NOT what is recorded on the SD card.
     
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