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on Jun 13, 2006 at 10:39:03 pm
After trying it out a few times, it seems to be very similar to
compressing for web, in that the data rate makes the ultimate
difference in the picture quality.
Don't need perfect quality, just want it to look relatively clear without
any fuzz or distortion.
My source material is well lit, well shot and is compressed only
with FCP's DV-NTSC setting (kept at 720x480).
My issue is that my client says that he can't fit the video into his
mobile phone if it's over 240kb in size (but he's not very savvy
technologically). I don't have much experience with media storage
in cell phones. Does it sound about right that it'd have to be less
than 240kb just to fit in his phone?
When I compress at a data rate of 500kb/s the quality is fine (it's
a 30-second video), but the file size comes to 788kb. Should
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