Ok this is a few part question for yall if anyone can chime in please do. Ok so shooting at 1080/30 on my t3i I can usually get low noise and good footage out of it, although the rolling shutter/ Moire is gross when panning quick trees become like a blur instead of a natural swing across, I watch videos where some folks look extremely crisp yet the motion is jittery and unnatural. So for the first part I ask you this
Tldr: Would 720-60fps at 120-240shutter give less jello rolling shutter and Moire yet maintain about the same motion blur following the 180' shutter rule that a video shot 1080-30fps at 60-120shutter would produce?
The next part falls into the editor, I have noticed YouTube resamples to 720p when uploading 1080p I uploaded my latest edit with render settings of h.264 YouTube 1080 hd preset, render at maximum depth bit rate set to 6 max 8. When I uploaded it to YouTube I got harsh artifacts across the shadowed areas of the video almost similar to digital noise but when I uploaded the same video to NS it retained full quality and looked much better. Does ns resample or does it upload the original file format? If I am uploading to YouTube and ns would I be better off nesting my 1080p sequence into a 720 timeline and export that way?
The last part is to create crisp clear video free of Moire aliasing and rolling shutter will the quality of 60fps eliminate the gross panning look that canons are notorious for, yet maintaining the film look of 30fps? Basically what I am asking is if I follow the 180' shutter rule with 60fps will it give me crisper video but retain the look of natural motion blur? I hate that jittery almost 102% speed look that 60fps usually has I cant tell if that's due to people cranking there fstops way to high or a combo of that and shutter speed. Please let me know what yall think would love to choose this before more of my projects get locked into strictly being 1080p
Thanks for the help sorry for the rambling!