Render Settings - Huge File :(

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Re: Render Settings - Huge File :(

Postby GrAnD on 09/5/2008, 12:55 pm

Knight wrote:Hey guys ;)
i spent the whole day to search a render setting that's providing good quality and a small file... i tried some settings i got from some tutorials and the AFX basic training series (Quicktime, JPEG) and i got around 80 mb for a 24 sec video now. that's not a very good solution in my opinion ;)

i found an old video with a length of 35 secs which is about 13 mb's (an mpg file) but the problem is that i can't remember the settings i used and not every computer can play this format with the windows media player.


would you please tell me, which format i can use that's having a good quality, a small file size, that is playable with the windows media player and which i can easily create using AFX?
thanks ;)
Knight

try Windows Media Video.
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Re: Render Settings - Huge File :(

Postby FloVC on 09/5/2008, 4:35 pm

do you want to know what i do all the time? I render it out of after effects with the best settings possible. then i compress it with SUPER. it's free and you can change all paramaters.
PS: You have to change the bitrate if you want to change the size on your memory... ;)
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Re: Render Settings - Huge File :(

Postby boke on 09/6/2008, 2:25 am

flash video has the best video file sizes in my opinion
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Re: Render Settings - Huge File :(

Postby boke on 09/6/2008, 2:47 am

couldn't you make a flv , then open up flash, import it in, set it up with any options, then export the swf ? Flash player is on 98% of all computers so your friends surely could see it
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Re: Render Settings - Huge File :(

Postby Jasperv on 09/6/2008, 6:12 am

can some1 post a link where you can download "Super"
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