Around 0:48 and 1:16 you can see some very bad effects in the houses. I don't know the name for this. It happens with overly fast panning.
That part of the video comes from a Nokia 1020, 30FPS. The rest of the video comes from a Samsung S7, 60FPS. 1080P in all cases. It was dropped into Vegas 12 and rendered to 1080P 60FPS 25mbits/sec. Then, trying to improve that undesirable effect, I tried various things in Handbrake (latest 64 bit version, win7-64).
De-interlace doesn't do anything, unsurprisingly. Neither does detelecine although the effect does look like telecine to me. Deblocking and decombing does nothing too. But I could just have the wrong settings.
I output it to 1280x768 because 1920x1080 is a bit pointless when uploading to Vimeo which anyway drops the bit rate to about 5mbits/sec (I do pay them the $50/year).
Maybe the Nokia is just having problems making that video, with overly fast panning producing more data than it can compress in real time.
Any advice much appreciated.