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# 136846 10-Dec-2013 20:42
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Hi All,
I have bought a Sony HDR-CX190E Camera to film trains with (yes I am a train spotter)
Here is a video I uploaded to YouTube:

I have asked a few people on the Rail Groups on Facebook and they say it is Jerky. I do not have this problem on my two Windows 8 PCs.
The RAW footage is Brilliant! Very smooth but when uploaded to YouTube as well as Editing with Sony Vegas then uploading, it makes it slightly jerky. 

Could anyone please help!!!!

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  # 949001 10-Dec-2013 22:05
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did you record in interlaced or progressive?

you should record in progressive otherwise when a standard software processes the interlaced video it will make it look like tetris - you need special software which can never be found

Swype on iOS is detrimental to accurate typing. Apologies in advance.

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  # 952335 14-Dec-2013 20:42
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The jerking looks like frame rate conversion like converting from 50fps to 30fps. Check your settings in the video editor.

Youtube doesn't support above 30fps. So if you're saving as 50fps it will convert it again.

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