01-15-2019 08:21 AM - edited 01-15-2019 08:24 AM
I notice some grain in my videos after upload to youtube. On the primary and edited video is barelly visible but when i upload to youtube the grain is those parts are perfectly visible.
After some discussion on other forum we came to the conclusion (besides that youtube compression sucks) that this happens when exist transitions between light scenes, darker to lighter.
I'm shooting mountain biking videos.at 1080p 60fps EIS on, auto low light on.
I just turned off the auto low light setting to see how it gets. Do you think the grain in the videos is due to that?
Auto Low Light allows you to shoot in low-light environments or when
quickly transitioning in and out of low-light conditions. When possible, the
camera automatically adjusts fps to achieve the optimal exposure and best
Auto Low Light is available for frame rates higher than 30fps.
When Auto Low Light and Video Stabilization are both on and Auto Low
Light activates because of dark lighting conditions, Video Stabilization is
temporarily turned off to deliver optimal image quality in the dark scene.
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