That's an excellent 1080p video Adrian - what form of compression did you use for rendering it, i.e. codec and bit rate?
Possibly a few problems with de-interlacing, although barely noticeable
I did not render or edit it, my mate done that, I just done a tiny bit of camera work. He would have used the codec in Vegas which is the mainconcept one, I presume he left it at default with is 25Mbps.
I noticed a couple of interlace problems, but I can't remember where i seen them. I will have to go over and sort it out at the weekend, just have to change the settings in Vegas.
My mate is getting good at video editing now, but then I suppose being a singer/song writer helps as you get that flair for artistic stuff.
The main problem we both have is our Cameras, not because they are no good, but they are so light that it can sometimes be difficult to keep them still.
Both are JVCs, fantastic little cameras, mine amazes me as it cost £200 for a full Hd camcorder and the quality is amazing.
The next thing I want is a Zoom, the built in microphones are fine on the camcorder, but there is no stereo separation because they are too close together and mine is mono anyway.
Most of the time for John it don't matter as he shoots music videos so use audio from the studio.
I can't play HD from You tube without buffering it first, my broadband speed is not fast enough. that is about the only time I do get annoyed with my broadband speed.
thanks for the comments,
Desktop machine now powered by windows 7 pro 64bit , laptop by ubuntu
On ADSL24 using C&W network.