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Best video compression for web


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I am going to broadcast a video over many video websites...is there an all in one compression I can use that will look good regardless of what video site of video blog is shows up on?
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I have some experience with web video:

My favorite format is MP4 or h.264
Use h.264 as the compressor
choose constant bitrate between 1,000 and 5,000 depending on size and quality.
choose your video size- I use 640 x 480
audio- I choose 256


I hope this helps
Susan
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Originally Posted by rejex View Post
I am going to broadcast a video over many video websites...is there an all in one compression I can use that will look good regardless of what video site of video blog is shows up on?
I recently uploaded my MP4 through TubeMogul to 6 different video sites, and it came out very clear on every site. It was my first upload, though, so I have nothing to compare it to, but I was pleased nonetheless.

Hope it helps!
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I have great luck with the MV4 also. And don't even pay attention to the parameters. Just upload it to tubemogul. So easy!!

The only thing I don't like about Imovie as compared to Window's movie maker is the limited color availability for the text templates. Had to get in there
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