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Jeffrey Gould
Tool to see what a SWF/FLV was Encoded at?
on Oct 7, 2009 at 8:47:30 pm

Hi, I'm shooting a video next week for DVD as well as online delivery of medical equipment. The client showed me a site of his competition to get an idea of what he wants and I was very impressed with the encoding of the SWF or FLV...is there a way to find out what KBS it was encoded at? Here is the link: http://www.myrenasys.com/customer-support/educational-support click on the bottom player and then go to Ranasys EZ and the player should open. I'm also shooting on black. I use Sorenson Squeeze. Thanks for any help with this.

Jeffrey S. Gould
Action Media Productions


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Daniel Low
Re: Tool to see what a SWF/FLV was Encoded at?
on Oct 7, 2009 at 9:42:42 pm

Between 1.3Mb/s & 1.7Mb/s

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Jeffrey Gould
Re: Tool to see what a SWF/FLV was Encoded at?
on Oct 7, 2009 at 9:47:31 pm

Thanks Daniel, that's pretty high isn't it? I'm shooting in HDV and hoping I can give them the same quality. Is there a tool for knowing or just an educated guess?

Jeffrey S. Gould
Action Media Productions


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Daniel Low
Re: Tool to see what a SWF/FLV was Encoded at?
on Oct 7, 2009 at 10:15:15 pm

Yes, that is pretty high. I just monitored my bandwidth as it was playing.

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"There's no chance that the iPhone is going to get any significant market share. No chance."

Steve Ballmer To USA Today: 30 April 2007

"We and Apple are neck and neck and we're chasing the two
other players,"

Steve Ballmer, referring to Nokia and Research in Motion. October 6th 2009


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Jeffrey Gould
Re: Tool to see what a SWF/FLV was Encoded at?
on Oct 8, 2009 at 12:03:12 am

Do you think it's too high? there were times when I had to pause it for the buffer to catch up and I have a very high speed connection. When I do a bandwidth test it says "unbelievable". Thanks. I have an MPEG2 question, but I'll start a new thread in case it helps someone else.

Jeffrey S. Gould
Action Media Productions


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