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    Default Video files suitable for a website

    I am setting up a small website and need to show a video of about 8 minutes in length on it. I have tried rendering a .mov file about 250 x 300 pix in size and this comes out at 2.56gb which, as you can imagine is far too big!

    What can I do to put this movie on the website in a manageable file size? What file format can I create it in?

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    I prefer wmv. Render at 500kbit min for decent quality. The encoder is free from m soft if your editor doesnt do it.

    Q time looks less good to my eyes.

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    Yep. Mark's right. for websites, or webpages, youre better off with .wmv format.

    Videostudio has a pretty good template for sharing a video online. even the low-quality wmv template is good (320x240 if i'm not mistaken)...

    Best thing to do is play around with converters if you have those. Even nero recode does the job well.
    Moridin

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    The encoder is free from m soft if your editor doesnt do it.

    Hey just wanted to say that after reading this I went straight to google and tryed to find this "m soft" codec or maybee msoft or M-Soft
    Ahhhhh! Microsoft!

    heres the link http://www.codec-download.com/module...ownload&sid=74

    Marrs

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