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I’ve been experimenting with various codecs, mostly for the purpose of capturing high motion videos with civilized file sizes. Overall, I’d have to say that the overall best result I’ve gotten is with the FFV1 codec, but there is one odd problem. While the file size is suitable, assuming the capture can be done in segments and edited later (very easy process), and the overall motion capture is far superior to Mpeg-4 Xvid (Jawor’s tweak) the glitch is that, periodically the process results in dropped frames, which causes a distracting jump.
When I first noticed this, my thought was that it was due to a lack of processing resource during the initial capture, but then I tried 30 second capture tests with the starting point staggered in increments and found that the jumps occurred on the same frames each time. To me, this indicates that the FFV1 capture just can’t “see” certain frames (although the real-time display is perfect) and I’ve been trying to figure out why.