chanweiyee at gmail.com
Wed May 2 13:29:14 UTC 2007
> Thanks to the help and advice I received I am now able to make videos
> from my camcorder. What I would like to do now is to make some short
> videos available to members of my family, which is wide spread. I have a
> website and thought this might be the way to go. However, I realise that
> even a short video could take up 50MB or more.
What are the dimensions of the video? I might suggest that U encode the
video using x264 and the sound in FAAC. x264 used to be pretty buggy,
but it's quite alright now. Nowadays, I use avidemux to encode my videos.
> So, I would appreciate any pointers that you are able to give me on how
> to go about compressing the videos further than they are already and the
> best place to find some guidance on making the videos accessible to
> others. I have googled fairly extensively and am more confused than
Encoding videos can be very tricky. Read the guides and tips on
different sites. doom9.org is a very good site. So far, I've yet to
see a avidemux guide that comes close to being helpful.
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