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Old 3 Mar 2006, 03:13 AM   #1
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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? Thaks
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if streaming is important, use wmv
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VP6 Flash Video offers decent quality and compatibility. No idea if Cleaner 6 can output it though. Really doubt it does wmv though. QuickTime AVC is probably the best option, however there are better and faster AVC encoders out there capable of outputting QT compatible streams.
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Wow..I have the same question. The previous answers are a little vague for me, though. (Sorry...kind of a newbie to video)

I also, would like to compress video to make available via the web. I am wondering whichformat is better/easier? Also, ..streaming or downloading? Which format is more common?

I use Pinnacle Studio v9 and Adobe Premiere Pro for editing.

(I work in a public school, so cost is definitely an issue.....free=better !!!)
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use wmv (windows media video). download & install windows media encoder-- its free, and will do what you're after

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I second that.

Although I use Ulead for compressing.
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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? Thaks
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