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Eugen157
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When using the detect scenes feature, two frames of the next adjacent scene are attached. Adjustment of the sensitivity setting of 50 to 100 will sometimes reduce that to one frame. Did not try a lower than 50 setting.

In other words the scene detect decision is made one or two frames too late.

Interestingly this is NOT the case with the occasional sequence of still photos that are part of the video stream.

The material is 1920x1080 60P m2ts


Eugene

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Eugen157
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Dafydd, good morning.

I wonder if you could comment on this.

The absence of extra frames when stills are used appears noteworthy and might be a clue.

Scene detect is rarely used here so it is not a big deal. But it would be nice not having to spend the time taking the extra frames out.The last SW update was to fix this .The version 3026 is used here.

Surprisingly an other editing software I occasionally use has the same problem.

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Quote: When using the detect scenes feature, two frames of the next adjacent scene are attached. Adjustment of the sensitivity setting of 50 to 100 will sometimes reduce that to one frame. Did not try a lower than 50 setting.

In other words the scene detect decision is made one or two frames too late.

Interestingly this is NOT the case with the occasional sequence of still photos that are part of the video stream.

The material is 1920x1080 60P m2ts


Eugene

Quote: Dafydd, good morning.

I wonder if you could comment on this.

The absence of extra frames when stills are used appears noteworthy and might be a clue.

Scene detect is rarely used here so it is not a big deal. But it would be nice not having to spend the time taking the extra frames out.The last SW update was to fix this .The version 3026 is used here.

Surprisingly an other editing software I occasionally use has the same problem.

Best Regards

Eugene

Hi Eugene,

The problem with scene detection based on visual changes is, it in not accurate and shouldn't be fully relied on. It's a rough cut.

I have experimented with it and my view hasn't changed.

Dafydd
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