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Problem converting 10801 .mov video


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Hi, I own a Sanyo HD camcorder that shoots in 1080i. I have a .mov file imported to my computer that I have been attempting to convert into .mp4 but when I use ffmmpegX to convert it ends up with half the screen distorted. I've resized the video to 960x540 in Quicktime but it still ends up this way.

As a .mov video it plays just fine. And when I imported it into iMovie (I have the latest version) it does not create thumbnails. What's happening here? Is it because of the HD quality I'm having these problem? And what steps do I need to take to rectify this so that I can convert the video to another file format and, publish it on youtube or vimeo?

Any answers and specifics would really help, as I am not advanced on these issues.

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Give the model number of the camera. Someone might know specifically about it.

When you do a command-I in Quicktime, what codecs does the information say you are using for both the video and audio?

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Vimeo will allow you to upload high def video
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