On 17/06/2004, at 3:03 PM, Jay Dedman wrote:
> Okay, Eric, can you list these seven steps?
> What about compression? Quicktime is pretty clunky.
> You got to get these video files SMALL if you want to have any kind of
> with updated videos.
> Ive found that Sorenson is the best game in town for small size and
> decent quality.
this varies, Sorenson 3 is excellent but tends to be very cpu intensive
and compression is of course slow. These days I'm relying a lot on
apples mpeg4 because it is quite good, but also because it is ISMA
compliant and helps get round some of the standards wars that could
threaten videoblogging. also makes it trivial to pump out material for
a mobile phone, a streaming server, and for progressive as they are all
mpeg4 standards and all available within quicktime pro.
i used to use Cleaner all the time. but it is expensive and apart from
some fancier stuff i like the production flow: shoot, capture, export,
publish. less tools in there the better.
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