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Old 06 June 2013   #1
Jittering while Panning

Heya guys,

I am currently working on an archi viz project where we have one huge pan across a shop... problem is, it's 15 seconds long and relativly fast ... and when i have exported it, the film jitters ... i have already made it slower and added some motion blur... is there any way to further reduce this jittering?

Thanks alot and have a great day!

Greetz,
JayCox
 
Old 06 June 2013   #2
Could you post an example?

Things I'd check:
Is the footage interlaced or progressive?
If interlaced: change the field order and try again.
What format did you export? With which export/compression settings?
Does the RAM preview jitter?
 
Old 06 June 2013   #3
No, I cannot post an example sadly...

It is rendered footage from c4d, panning the camera about 180 within now 30 seconds (got it a little longer) which makes the panning slower and slightly less jittery...

First I exported 1280x720 but we upped it to 1920x1080...


Is there anything else I can change in AE to reduce framejittering?

Thanks and see you soon,
JayCox
 
Old 06 June 2013   #4
Is the footage interlaced or progressive?
If interlaced: change the field order and try again.
What format did you export? With which export/compression settings?
Does the RAM preview jitter?

What about that?
 
Old 06 June 2013   #5
Renderd = Progressiv
no matter how i export, it jitters
RAM preview does jitter
 
Old 06 June 2013   #6
Try incresing the shutter angle, in either C4d or After Effects. It will have more effect in C4D but you will have to re-render everything.

edit: the framerates do match in AE(for both composition and footage import)?

Last edited by scrimski : 06 June 2013 at 06:43 PM.
 
Old 06 June 2013   #7
Jittering or stepping is always a problem when your doing slow pans like that. Only way to really get around it is increase your framerate in your render, decrease the detail in your scene so you can't notice it as much (doesn't sound like thats an option for you), add motion blur - but even that doesnt help too much, increase or decrease the speed of the pan with your 3d camera.
 
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