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Video jitter??? Or is it low bit rate???
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Gallacherboy
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Hey guys,
After updating the latest firmware, I tested and everything seemed ok. I did notice a quick drain on the batteries and also the Mavic sounded alot louder then before.

I was filming in the highest resolution the Mavic has to offer and I had this before, I dont know if its jitter or a slow bit rate. How do you over come that, Note I was on a really fast shutter as it was a bright day.

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Petroboy
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I watched the video at 1080p and 1440p resolutions on my PC and it looks perfectly smooth.  How old is the PC you have that you're viewing it on?  I believe a number of these issues brought forward are the result of home PC's that need updating as to their speed or their graphics cards, and folks immediately blame the Mavic.  Not saying this is your case, but like I said, the video looks smooth at 1080p and 1440.  Viewing at higher resolutions than that can be jittery on my PC as well.
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Jenee 2
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I can't see any problems with your video.
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dopey-tree
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Might be a high shutter speed as it's bright. Only way to combat that is the same as the phantoms with some little ND filters. You can get a set of ebay for around £35.
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Petroboy Posted at 2017-4-9 20:29
I watched the video at 1080p and 1440p resolutions on my PC and it looks perfectly smooth.  How old is the PC you have that you're viewing it on?  I believe a number of these issues brought forward are the result of home PC's that need updating as to their speed or their graphics cards, and folks immediately blame the Mavic.  Not saying this is your case, but like I said, the video looks smooth at 1080p and 1440.  Viewing at higher resolutions than that can be jittery on my PC as well.

Hey Petroboy,

You are 100% right. Thing is the Mac has a smaller screen and at my studio I have a iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, Late 2014).

I did not think it was a problem and I am sure there has been many cases where people have blamed the Mavic.

I was just curious to know if it was a bit rate thing or if a ND Filter is a possible solution. Your feedback was great man, thanks for checking and putting in your input.
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Jenee 2 Posted at 2017-4-9 21:53
I can't see any problems with your video.

If you read the description, I am asking a question. I did not say there is a problem
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dopey-tree Posted at 2017-4-9 22:50
Might be a high shutter speed as it's bright. Only way to combat that is the same as the phantoms with some little ND filters. You can get a set of ebay for around £35.

Thank you for your valued feedback, I hope DJI will have STOCK soon as I have been keeping a keen eye on the Accessories for some time now.
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I see exactly your problem when I watch at 4k.. Like a slight stutter as the video moves, not that smooth buttery motion you expect.

If not already, make sure settings are .MOV, and 30fps and try again, bet those are not your current settings!
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SnowBirdNL Posted at 2017-4-10 04:07
I see exactly your problem when I watch at 4k.. Like a slight stutter as the video moves, not that smooth buttery motion you expect.

If not already, make sure settings are .MOV, and 30fps and try again, bet those are not your current settings!

Hey,

I was shooting at C4K: 4096×2160 24p which is the highest resolution the Mavic has to offer. If I shot at 4K: 3840×2160 24/25/30p. I could only shoot at either 24 or 25 frames not 30 because I am set to PAL.

I do only shoot at .MOV, never shot MP4 before.

Thanks for your feedback

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thehippoz
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Upper right is blurry.
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Gallacherboy Posted at 2017-4-11 05:01
Hey,

I was shooting at C4K: 4096×2160 24p which is the highest resolution the Mavic has to offer. If I shot at 4K: 3840×2160 24/25/30p. I could only shoot at either 24 or 25 frames not 30 because I am set to PAL.

Remove the PAL and go NTSC then.  No need to limit yourself to standards that are doing nothing for you.

PAL only matters when you are running on a PAL TV.  Your computer is not PAL.
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Unfortunately you can only get 30fps fi you drop down slightly to 3840*2160 which is generally still considered 4k or also Ultra High Def (UHD)..

A necessary evil, but try it and you will then be more in awe of your footage and see what I mean lol!!

(From Mavic specs)

C4K: 4096×2160 24p
4K: 3840×2160 24/25/30p

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Thank you for letting me know, I was not sure if was
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Xman1 Posted at 2017-4-11 10:35
Remove the PAL and go NTSC then.  No need to limit yourself to standards that are doing nothing for you.

PAL only matters when you are running on a PAL TV.  Your computer is not PAL.

Thanks but in PAL it only offers 34 and 35 FPS, I am keen on giving the NTSC a wak and see if there is a noticeable difference
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