1920 x 1080 uses more diskspace. Thats the only difference i know.
I would like to film in the best quality and put it on vimeo or youtube.
Now i am wondering :
Is there a real difference in quality when you want to create videos which will be placed on youtube? Is it visible?
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Last edited by Baldrick; 24th Apr 2014 at 03:37. Reason: Link removed. We don't need an example....spam...
No 1920x1080 on that video. Are you spamming us?Inside Every Older Person Is A Younger Person Wondering What The Hell Happened.
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So the below examples may help...
Recently, while I was spec'ing out cams to decide the resolution requirements for a job I planned, I wanted to be clear about what was the level of acceptability for whatever resolution I chose. Unfortunately, most comparative examples of resolution demonstrate the size differential (see below):
(note: this was scaled down to fit the usual browser window size, as a 4k width would be unwieldy)
While this is helpful for certain things, it DOESN'T explain the comparison between resolutions in terms of equivalent full-screen DETAIL, which is what I was needing, and what I believe many consumers mistakenly ignore until it is explained to them. So here goes:
#1 SD CIF or 352x240
#2 SD D1 or 720x480
#3 HD 1280x720
#4 HD 1920x1080
#5 2k 2048x1080
#6 4k 4096x2160
All images are taken from a master 6k/8k still and sized down then blown up to equivalent frame sizes, using the same downrez algorithm and the same uprez algorithm. What you are seeing is a (~200%?) blown up section from the center of the 4k screen - just to the right of the 1080 overlay.
I think this should make it clear to the OP what the difference between 1920x1080 and 640x480 (or its nearest equivalent here: 720x480) is - Quite a LOT!
Hopefully, it will help others in their understanding of resolution and in deciding which way to go WRT cameras, rendering, etc.
Last edited by Cornucopia; 24th Apr 2014 at 01:52.
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and Cornucopia's patience & explanations, as usual.
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SiZE does matter!
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Last edited by enim; 24th Apr 2014 at 02:08.
No is no spam. I just looked for an example of a video made with a canon 5d mkII. Thats the camera i wanna buy...I wanna work with an DSLR.
I now have a nikon 90d. That filmquality is not bad but the 5d i much better.
The problem is that if you place videos of 16gb on vimeo (i wanna upload each week 3 videos off 20 minutes each) you have to have a pro account.
So when i do a quick count :
With 16gb flashcard you can make a movie of 49 minutes at 1920x1080
With a 16gb flashcard you can make a movie of 1h39 at 640x480
As you will notice at 640x480 i can make much more films without getting to the 16gb/ week upload limit on vimeo.
But it won't look as good as 1920x1080 and that was stated in previous posts with examples.Inside Every Older Person Is A Younger Person Wondering What The Hell Happened.