I have been asked by an organization to shoot video of an event and to post it to their FaceBook site AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. I will be shooting in HD with a Panasonic consumer camera, the TM900. The camera records HD in AVCHD
I have a couple of questions:
1. The camera can record in the following modes: 1080/60p, HA, HG, HX, HE, iFrame. Is it worth shooting in 1920 x 1080/60p or is a lower resolution suitable for very good quality video on FaceBook
2. I currently use Sony's Vega Pro. Can you recommend a workflow that would give me the shortest turn around time?
3. I MAY also be purchasing Adobe's Premiere. Would this be a better option for a quick turn around?
4. What is the longest length video that is reasonable to post on Facebook?
5. Anything else of which I should be aware?
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05-09-2012 02:09 PM
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- Cleveland, USA
07-06-2012 07:41 PM
If specs allow I would shoot 1280x720 and if you do not have a lot of editing you can pick up an Elgato Turbo h.264 HD This will take your final output movie, convert and upload to your youtube channel. I use it for quick turn around work all the time.
The other stuff is up to you really.Jason Kubicki
Spotlight Media, Inc.