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My videos are shot in 30p and I'm trying to burn to a bluray. Since 30p isn't an option, which is the best to go with? 24p? 60i? 60p? etc.
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60i is the same as 30p but you'll have less flicker during movement scenes because PD will use the same frame twice rather than interlacing two slightly different fields.
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Quote 60i is the same as 30p but you'll have less flicker during movement scenes because PD will use the same frame twice rather than interlacing two slightly different fields.
great I'll go with the 60i but one more quesiton, should I use 17 mbps or 24 mbps? What's the main difference I'd see in using one over the other?

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That's a basic question you can quickly find the answer to by Googling rather than posting and waiting for someone like me to respond

Bitrate is a measure of how much detail is contained in a clip. 17Mbps will give you a smaller file size which will let you fit more/longer content onto a BD. 24Mbps will give you higher quality (clearer details) but at the expense of having less room available.

Unless you're struggling to fit your creation onto a disc, go with 24Mbps.
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Quote That's a basic question you can quickly find the answer to by Googling rather than posting and waiting for someone like me to respond

Bitrate is a measure of how much detail is contained in a clip. 17Mbps will give you a smaller file size which will let you fit more/longer content onto a BD. 24Mbps will give you higher quality (clearer details) but at the expense of having less room available.

Unless you're struggling to fit your creation onto a disc, go with 24Mbps.
thanks a lot
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