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07-21-2014, 02:08 AM   #1
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4k video handling.....

Hi,

I had the plan to make a short 4k video. I don't have the software for it since Windows Live Movie Maker only goes up to 1920x1080. The K-3 has a setting for 4096x3072 pixels and can make 4,7 fps in this still mode. Should be enough to make some video.

But any free software to stitch them?

Thanks.

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Thanks!!!!!!!

Any other suggestions? I will look in to this after the weekend, when the wheater is a little less hot overhere.

---------- Post added 21-07-14 at 14:43 ----------

oh boy, just running a little test. It takes just a little over 8 seconds for every image. So I better not take 5000 of them to stitch. :O

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Any information about the compression options?
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You compress it by setting a lower bit rate if you have software with that much control. Ask yourself how much 4K will improve your video for a start. If the answer is little then you can start compressing it by using 1080p.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
You compress it by setting a lower bit rate if you have software with that much control. Ask yourself how much 4K will improve your video for a start. If the answer is little then you can start compressing it by using 1080p.
But then I could also just make a FullHD movie and forget about 4k
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QuoteOriginally posted by RonHendriks1966 Quote
oh boy, just running a little test. It takes just a little over 8 seconds for every image. So I better not take 5000 of them to stitch. :O?
8 seconds for what?

4K res is what, 4096 2160px

I created a timelapse with MakeAVI from hundreds of photos from the K-01 native res of 4928 x 2776px in just a few minutes.
MakeAVI is lightning fast.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Steve.Ledger Quote
8 seconds for what?

4K res is what, 4096 2160px

I created a timelapse with MakeAVI from hundreds of photos from the K-01 native res of 4928 x 2776px in just a few minutes.
MakeAVI is lightning fast.
Yes my second attempt went better. I had images at 3star 6,5 MB each, so that probably made it a little hard to toy around. Max resolution of youtube is 4096x3072 pixels. I decided to going to make it 2560x1440 wich is the resolution of my own screen.
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