I am from Holland and i will try to write correct Englisch. I Hope my question is clearly.
In Shotcut i Made from about 100 IPhone Movies 1 Holiday Movie. Nothing special. Only transitions between them. The Movie is 1 hour long. I want to watch it On my TV, on my laptop, iPhone, Youtube etc. For having a Nice memory in 1 Movie instead of hunderds of short single movies.
I did Not know what the best export is, so i choose MP4. But the movie is very jerky, of how do i call it, stuttering? It does Not play smoothly.
I use an iPhone XS. Camera Settings are 1080p HD op 30 fps. They have a Good Quality.
Ik begrijp deze paragraaf niet, maar na het lezen van je hele bericht begrijp ik dat je om de beste exportinstellingen vraagt en je video niet soepel wordt afgespeeld, dus het bestandstype kan elk zijn.Als je hebt opgenomen in MOV, kies dan MOV en hetzelfde geldt voor alle andere formaten. En de reden waarom u zich schokkerig voelt, is dat u tijdens het exporteren de verkeerde framesnelheid hebt gekozen. Zie deze afbeelding om te begrijpen waar ik het over heb: -
"I can’t understand this paragraph, But After reading your whole post I understand that, You are asking for the best export settings and your video is not playing smoothly, So the file type could be any, If you recorded in MOV then choose MOV and the same thing applies for all other formats, And the reason for which you are feeling jerky is you have chosen the wrong frame rate while exporting. See this image to understand what I am talking about:-"
So i choose now for Format MOV and 30,000000 frames/sec
But the quality is worse then before when i export to MP4. After a transitions i see a couple of seconds sort of pixels. It is less jerky (is that the right word?), but still not as smooth as the original videos.
Maybe i have to choose another codec? Tab Codec, now it was deafult mpeg2video
The 30.01 from the iPhone means it is variable frame rate.
The output MP4 file says 25fps. That means the export is losing 5 frames per second, and that is creating the jerky motion. Change the video mode to 29.97fps. Spot check the transitions in the timeline to verify no gaps were created.
I noticed that the bitrate and data rate are different in both screenshots, the mov is having bad quality because of the low bitrate and data rate and mp4 has better quality because of the higher bitrate and data, you may increase you bitrate and data rate to give it better quality and it should be same as your original video or higher than it.
I made 2 new exports, to MP4 and to MOV, both with 29,97fps.
The quality of the MOV is better than with the 25fps, the MP4 looks the same to me.
But the originally probleem is still there. If the camera is steady the quality is as goog as the original movies. But when the camera moves, in the exports it is jerky, not smooth. The original movies do not have that problem.
Can i do other things in settings or with other export formats? Do you need more information?