I had put down the fact it looked like it had been encoded on a potato down to my poor internet connection and I was viewing it at the lowest possible quality. Are you saying it looks that bad for everyone?Richard Russell wrote: ↑Sat Jun 30, 2018 9:44 am
I admit that having worked at BBC R&D for 33 years I have become highly sensitised to video artefacts, and things which I may find disturbing will not necessarily be as apparent to other viewers. But that's not a good reason for the CLPA material to be worse than it needed to be; there have been a number of adverse comments about the quality at 'professional' Facebook groups.
In this day and age there is no reason why it can't be online at full 720x576. Ideally properly de-interlaced and at 50fps.