Video looks grainy and pixelated when uploading to youtube
My video looks fine in the pure digital viewer and when i view it in photoshop elements but when i upload it to youtube it looks pixelated and grainy. I uploaded it as an .avi and .wmv (using the Prism video converter) file and it makes no difference. Uploading to youtube and facebook is the only reason i asked for this camera. Please help!
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Checking Event Viewer should give you more details. Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer. Check Application and System by Source. You can filter by warnings and errors in View Or try another burning software. CDBurner XP is free.
Uploading them via the SD card will have no effect on the resolution. There is a difference between image grain and image pixelation. If the resolution is too low for the size you are printing the image will pixelated, meaning that it will be made up of lots of little squares. If the image is grainy it may be that you are shooting images in low light at a high ISO setting on the camera. Typically with the lower end Canon cameras anything above 800ISO will start to look grainy.
Photoshop Elements and other photo editing programs have settings to help smooth out the grain and give a softer look to the pics. Next time you are doing a similar shoot, make sure you set the white balance for the lighting available, and try a few different ISO settings to see which one gives you the best results.
You have to wait for the information about the compatibility of the Adobe Photoshop Elements 6 and Adobe Photoshop Elements 7. You can upgrade to Adobe Photoshop 8 which is completely compatible with Windows 7. You can check the compatibility here. Check event viewer for the error message, for this click on start menu type Event Viewer and press Enter.
It would be better to check with Adobe for what operating systems that Photoshop Element 6 would be supported. However you can try installing Adobe Photoshop Element 6 in a fresh installed Windows 7.
I hope this helps.
do you guys have a grainy display, that makes it look like there are less color variations?
for example, if you take a picture of something that varies in color from one side of it to the other, with an infinite variation in one color to the next; do the colors separate into grainy spotches, as if it lost some color display capabilities? mine did this, if i took a picture of something that had different hues of one color, they would all flow together into one splotch, and upload fine.
so i sent it in and they said they "reconnected the lens-flex" among other routine things. problem fixed.
but then i sent it in again and they said they did the same thing, but the problem this time around was my capture-mode dial was glitching, the display was FINE. sadly they didn't do jack to fix the dial it and it still screws up. it will switch back and forth from adjacent modes without me turning it.
i'm happy with this camera but its a pain sometimes. if you guys have warranties send your units in ASAP to get it fixed for freeeeeee.
best of luck, i can't suggest anything beyond that.
1. Starting at http://www.canondv.com/zr60/
I read it has a digital zoom. You will find that such to be less useful that one expects.
2. Low light levels can result in more graininess.
"Recommended illumination: More than 100 lx"
Notice that 100 lux is pretty bright. Try 200 lux.
3. I must ask this: Did it ever work?
4. From the specs: "Image sensor:
1/6" CCD (charge coupled device)
approx. 680,000 pixels
(approx. 340,000 effective pixels-tape)"
340,000 pixels is OK for common video work, but today's consumers might compare a frame to some multimegapixel camera. This is just 0.34 megapixels, so grain may indeed show as you blow it up.