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  • gdame
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    I have set up all my customers to use SendThisFile.com. It is much better than sending an email attachment and is better email "etiquette" IMHO. You can set up an account for free and send your customer an email with a link to the file, all from with in their site. I have only heard positive feedback from all my clients. Also, you are not restricted to a small file size. So make a wmv file that looks great and send it to them. i usually like to send one with the timecode display burned in so they can provide constuctive feedback that I can refer to.

    George Dame

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  • GrassValley_MD
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    Originally posted by 3chip View Post
    I don't know what file type you are using but WMP 11 would be great...........or any file type that you can open on your own computer, WMP, Real Player etc. Just send the file as an email attachment.

    You might have a decoder they do not... best to stay with universal :)


    Mike

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  • 3chip
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    I don't know what file type you are using but WMP 11 would be great...........or any file type that you can open on your own computer, WMP, Real Player etc. Just send the file as an email attachment.

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  • STORMDAVE
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    Yeah, do this all the time for advertisements...I use personal web space for clients, but you should be able to send up to 10MB as an email attachment.

    I use Windows Media 9, with a bitrate of around 2,000 combined with audio and video with a frame size of 720x480 (I crop the action area out, so the actual size is much smaller).

    With clients who have QuickTime players, I use H264 instead (I ask first). Much easier and you can scrub through frames.

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  • Mr Bill
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    Mpeg 1 works on any computer (old/new/PC/Mac)

    size will be lager than other newer formats . . .


    Bill

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  • Rusty
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    My current fave is MS Media Encoder 9.
    Free download, super fast and small files.
    Not simple, but effective.

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  • pjsssss
    started a topic Email format

    Email format

    I have a client that wants a qucik and dirty copy of a :30 second commercial emailed to him. Rather than try trail and error does anyone have a good encode settings for any format that will fit the situation?
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