I encode a lot of my own videos. They are often filmed with a smartphone (samsung galaxy s7).
A problem of smartphone videos is that they are often fairly shaky even when one really try to film in a stable way.
This causes some challenges to encoders, even to the HEVC implementation of Voukoder (it does generally a much better job than Adobe's built-in HEVC encoder at equivalent file sizes).
My videos are generally 30 fps 1280*720 videos, sometimes 1920*1080.
I use the libx265 codec with the "Very slow" preset, the "High" Tier, "YUV 4.2.0" Color format and CRF set between 23 and 28 depending on the Videos (I watch the encoded results for various CRF values in order to choose the most optimal CRF value at the end).
I don't change any other setting.
I would like to know if there are any recommendation of "best settings" for such kind of video where the image is moving all the time due to shaky smartphone style of filming. Does anyone have any suggestion ?
Thanks a lot.