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  • MinMinc.
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    Thanks again. I'll give it a go today. Gary

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  • THoff
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    I usually use IMA 4:1 audio. Sounds good with reasonable bitrates.

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  • MinMinc.
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    Thanks THoff, that site helped a lot, question under the audio settings what is best to use. Gary

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  • THoff
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    Gary,

    Try this, it gives you step-by-step instructions on how to create a good-looking H.264 MOV file that can be streamed from a website:

    http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showpost.p...73&postcount=7

    Please be sure to change the audio settings as well, often people forget about this and they wind up encoding uncompressed PCM, which takes up even more space than the video itself.

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Need a little bit more to go one here - are they wanting a smaller-sized MOV file for Quicktime streaming/download off their site? Like a movie trailer?

    You can certainly achieve this with ProCoder Express - just choose the appropriate target from the wizard. 16:9 is supported in all flavours of Quicktime.

    Then it's a question of which flavour to use - typically you would want either Sorenson 3, or perhaps more popular now, H.264.

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  • MinMinc.
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    .mov file?

    I am being asked for one of my HQavi's to be a .mov for a clients web site. don't see the option with edius, (procoder express)...what options do I have, and if the .mov is an option, can it be 16x9. Gary
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