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    what should i save my videos as, it has to be under 100kb but still maintain the best quality

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    no video will ever maintain quality when you downsize it through compression - its impossible.

    Its eben more impossible to make a video less than 100Kb. Even mobile videos which are awful quality are ususally at lest 3Mb.

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    100kb - cant be done as mark says - do you mean Mb ? ? ? ?

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    100 MB for sure - otherwise referred to as the Youtube limit.

    Boudey - I like the Xvid avi codec - its free. How long is your video?

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    Somewhere I saw a tutorial on how to format a video so it looks the best when submitting it for You Tube. Since you tube converts video to Flash it was important to make a video in this manner. I think the tutorial said to make it in Quicktime. Wish I could remeber where it was I saw this video. Maybe it was on You Tube itself but a quick search didn't find it. Anyone remember seeing this?

    Edit: This is not exactly what I was looking for but is has a little info anyway. http://blogs.chron.com/makingmovies/...e_and_the.html
    Last edited by Evereddie; 02-21-2007 at 01:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evereddie View Post
    Somewhere I saw a tutorial on how to format a video so it looks the best when submitting it for You Tube. Since you tube converts video to Flash it was important to make a video in this manner. I think the tutorial said to make it in Quicktime. Wish I could remeber where it was I saw this video. Maybe it was on You Tube itself but a quick search didn't find it. Anyone remember seeing this?

    Edit: This is not exactly what I was looking for but is has a little info anyway. http://blogs.chron.com/makingmovies/...e_and_the.html
    This link is specifically for Vegas but the principal is the same - jus use the same encoding settings he suggests:

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