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Flash encoding from Betacam video source.
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on Nov 29, 2006 at 1:09:42 pm

I have a client who wants to post flash movies of video source material. Not interested in any other format. Just straight up video. These are just cut-downs of a longer program.

How good a job does After Effects do, and what are the problems? Is there a better way(using flash) to encode straight video?

Thanks in advance.


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Scott Shucher
Re: Flash encoding from Betacam video source.
on Nov 29, 2006 at 2:05:27 pm

If it has to be Flash, then Sorrenson Squeeze seems to be best option.

There are two versions of the software package. One version is just for Flash, and a more
expensive version(Compression Suite) will do Flash, Windows Media and many of the same formats that Compressor will do.

Frankly, when compressing for broadband, I've gotten better quality with QuickTime/H.264. I've gotten a lot af great feedback from clients about the quality of the QuickTime video. As a result, I use QuickTime/H.264 whenever possible, and I use Flash only when compatibilty is an issue.
One note, however, the QuickTime H.264 requires QuickTime version 7.

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