I just installed the new Adobe Media Encoder that comes with CS4. A lot of my work is created in Flash, rendered to Quicktime and then encoded as an FLV for the web.
The problem I'm having with the new Media Encoder is that many of the animations (e.g. a line that starts at one side of the screen and animates to the other side) ends up really choppy after being encoded to FLV. The Flash file and the Quicktime files are fine, just the encoded FLV gets choppy.
The one solution I've found so far that works is to use an AVI versus the Quicktime, except that the AVI files are extrememly large and take a huge chunck of time to encode.
Does anyone have any other suggestions for this issue?