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    Hi

    I am trying to compress a video that I want to put on a web page. This video was edited with final cut pro software. The software I m using for compressing is cleaner 6. Basically I m want to reduce the video files to the smallest size without compromising the quality too much. What is the best settings to use in cleaner 6?

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    Depends what you mean by 'too much'.

    Using .wmv 500 kbit will give you acceptable quality (to me) at 320 x 240.

    1 mbit maens you can use 640 x 480 on some not too frantic video, with lots of fast action stick with 320 x 240.

    2 mbit and you can go for dvd res and the results are dvd quality.

    Lower bit rates will be acceptable in smaller windows.

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