Hi I use Cyberlink PowerDirector and I'd like to produce a perfectly smooth presentation of the original not-so-perfectly-smooth video.
The original is 30fps at 1920x1080 but I think the input went below the output in random instances resulting in a not-so-perfectly-smooth video.
I just want to some how use Technology to fix this and just make the presentation look perfect.
Another thing is how do you keep a video as close to the original after Youtube re-processes the video. It always looks way worse after they process the video. Even at 1920x1080 @ 30fps with 30Mbps bitrate constant.
On another note what's the best way to speed up encoding video?
Some say the core clock is more important, but I actually saw way more speed from dual xeon's than my 5Ghz i7 with encoding...
Right now I'm on Intel Xeon x2 X5650's at multi-core boost clock of 2926Mhz per core x 24 threads.
Also on just 16GB of DDR3-1066
Another is using a 3TB 7200rpm drive.
I wonder if it's best to read the file to be converted from the same drive the output is going to?
Or is it best to say have x2 256GB SSD's -- One for the file to-be-converted and One for the output?
I plan on potentially upgrading to x2 Intel Xeon X5680 at multi-core boost clock of 3591Mhz per core x 24 threads.
As well as 24GB (6x4GB) PC3-12800 or DDR3-1600Mhz
On top of the x2 256GB SSD's --- I guess I'll need a PCIe x8 SATA 6Gbps controller for the SSD's too...