I have a Panasonic HDC-TM90 camcorder. My normal video comes out 1920x1080 59fps. The problem is when I go to burn the video to blu-ray, it stutters because I guess blu-ray is not compliant for 1080 59fps. But it is compliant for 1080 29fps. Can I video at the 29fps? What would you suggest? I do notice that I can record in 1080i HDMI resolution, as well as 1080p, or even as low as 480p.
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I would always *record* (acquisition) at the highest quality format. That's 1080p59.94 28Mb/s for your camera . You can always make copies , reduce the resolution, lower the quality later etc... but you can never make it better. Especially if this is important stuff and you don't have a time machine. It only goes downhill in quality when you edit it or re-encode it.
1080i 59.94 (interlaced) is reduced spatial resolution (half the spatial resolution)
1080p59.94 are real full progressive frames
Ok I get it. Record in the best quality, and someday, the technology will catch up. Thanks