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Jagged Lines

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by bizzlink, Apr 2, 2003.

  1. bizzlink

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    Hi there,
    I have recently purchassed a Sony DCRTRV-50 Camcorder.
    I have noticed that when recording images that have have horizontal lines, for instance planks on the side of a barn or house, these lines at times apear to be jagged, when playing back the recording.
    Could this be caused by the use of STEADY SHOT function, will this problem be corrected if STEADY SHOT is switched off.

    Thanks,
    bizzlink
     
  2. EvilMudge

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    If you are talking about slightly tilted horizontal lines, then this is a result of the interlacing process of PAL (and NTSC).
    However it's not normally visible except on very large screens, or on a smaller screen where the video has been improperly deinterlaced.
    I very much doubt this is a result of the steady shot function.
     
  3. bizzlink

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    Hello Mark,
    Thank you for your advice, the funny thing is that I have never noticed any such phenomena using my old analog JVC 707 camcoder.

    Regards,
    Gabor
     

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