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HI Pro's, I very recently bought a fujifilm xt-3. I'm very new this system i been in my learning stage. Currently I'm facing a issue i am not able to change the exposure setting in video mode. In video mode it's default exposure is in -2. I'm not able to change ISO, Aperture anything in video mode. All the SS, F,ISO are in Blue. My shooting setting are - 4k-23.98 HDMI Long GOP. All top Dials are in Auto. I tried change by changing the top dials but its still not working. Please help me in this issue.
Hey everyone. Just picked up a new X-H2s and had my first shoot with it this past weekend. Still figuring out all the features but I got a good handle on it for what I needed this past shoot. So I shot video all weekend 4k 24, 4k 120, and HD 240 in h.265 All-I 4:2:2 10bit at 360Mbps. I'm editing on final cut and everything looks great except playback in 4k 24 is super choppy, but 4k 120 and HD 240 playback butter smooth. I know my computer can edit h.265 just fine, I made sure of it when purchasing it, and like I said I have no issues with the slow motion h.265 shots. Luckily if I export a 4k 24 clip it plays back perfectly fine. anyone have any thoughts in this? Thank you! Matt
I'm getting crackly/staticky noise and on-and-off sound when recording videos. About 30% of recorded audio sounds fine, and then the rest of is either silent or crackly. Since there is sometimes no sound at all and a pronounced snappy/crackly sound, it seems like a connection issue, but I can't be sure what's actually happening. Usually, if I unplug and plug the microphone back in, the sound comes back okay for a little while, but then it starts crackling and eventually goes silent. I've used compressed air on the connections and tried multiple adapters/microphones as well. Currently, I'm using the Fujifilm XT30 with a Sennheiser MKE 400 external microphone and a 3.5-2.5mm TRS adapter, but I also encountered the same problem with the Rode VideoMicro and a different 3.5 to 2.5 TRS adapter. It seems to worsen over time (i.e. my audio started out good with the Sennheiser when I first got it a year ago, but most of my videos are now unusable), which also seems to point to a connection issue. Any ideas?
I have a new X-T4 w. an 18-55mm lens. I’ve just started shooting video at 4K, 60p, 400 Mbps When I upload the stills and video by putting the SD card in my MacBook Pro then load the video files in Final Cut Pro, or even watch them in QuickTime player……. 3-4 videos are all choppy and jerky. The MacBook Pro has a 2.5 GHz Quad Core processor; 16GB of memory; a NVIDIA GeForce 2GB graphics card, and I’m running Mac OS 10.15.7 I have 211 GB available disc space. Yet, when I view the footage the X-T4 LCD, it’s flawless, even the sound recorded. What am I doing wrong? Should I be recording at a lesser bitrate and fps? Thanks for any help!