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I can't make my video any smaller than 600 mb. I need it to go down to at least 300 so I can upload it onto NS but I don't know what settings will bring me to that size on Compressor. The video is in HD. What I used before was under quicktime settings, the H.264. The original video size was about 1.5 gb.
would lowering the bitrate work or is that just completely wrong?
found this in some video forum has a lot of good tips
I'd go to H.264 with 960x540 resolution and a variable bit rate of 4.6kbps to 6kbps. That will easily get you below 300MB.
what program? FCP? file...export...quicktime conversion...bit rate: 5000, keyframe every 30, 1280x720, deinterlace...just look at vimeo compression guide
Jwenz. Blooddemout. Jeff3617.
Yeah it's final cut. I'll try the bit rate and keyframe thing out.
Wow, it made it come down to 197 mb. I sorta knew about changing the keyframes and the bit rate but I didn't know it made such a big difference and I ususally forgot about it. Thanks for the help.
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