I know, I know, I know. I can’t tell you.
I can only imagine the first few seconds of that “picture” being a full frame video, but the second and third are much more detailed. You can’t expect to get a frame rate of 5 megabits per second.
Well, if you have a good camera that can shoot video in both raw and compressed formats, it should be possible. And if you don’t, you can probably get it as a video feed from a camera with a decent frame rate.
Most modern cameras and computers have a resolution of 8 megapixels. The number of pixels in a frame is simply the number of pixels in the last row of the frame. So a 4 megapixel camera has a resolution of 4 megapixels.
In order to get all the pixels in the last row of a frame, the camera needs to be at least 8 megapixels. So if you have a camera with a resolution of 8 megapixels that can take video in both raw and compressed formats, it should be able to tell if the frame is at least 8 megapixels in size. If it can’t, than you need to re-encode the video so that it can.
If you are having trouble with mp3 video files, you could try converting them to wav format before you try to encode them. I know this isn’t the most efficient way of doing things, but there are a lot of videos that I convert and then encode, and I’m sure you can find a way that will work faster.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to re-encode a video I had to because the video had to have a certain aspect ratio that wasn’t possible with the program that was using the video. I also have a hard time with mp3 videos because I can’t imagine how long it would take to encode them to mp3 format so that they could be encoded in the manner of a regular video files.
I have been told that mpeg2video is a better choice for video because in it you can change the aspect ratio and it works out really well (but then it seems like the video is always black, so I dont know how that affects encoding).
I have never had a video encode that it worked out well, but I have seen a couple videos of video codecs that worked out really well. I can’t tell you how often I’ve seen mp3 files encoded this way but I have never seen mp4 files that worked out as well as the video I sent you.
Sorry if I sound like I’m giving you a hard time, but I’m not. I guess I am.