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Ed
Re: Compressing Quicktime
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on Sep 1, 2006 at 4:15:02 pm

That's why it pays to be clear in your questions. You could mean you're compressing *from* a QT to a DVD, or *to* a QT (as it turns out,
is what you're trying to do). The simple answer is *yes*, it's easy to compress a file that size down to 4.3 gigs, or way smaller. What else
do you want to know? You can use H.264 if viewers have the latest QT Player, or use the QT6 compatible settings in Compressor if you
need broader compatability. You set a data rate that will make it the total maximum size you need.
Ed


[theguybehindtheguy] "Im not compressing for A DVD. I was able to compress to mpeg2. I got it down, to like 2.69gigs, but I need a quicktime movie, Audio and video together. Im on a Mac, and using Final cut pro, and compressor 2. I dont undersatand why, Mpeg2 is smaller then regular quicktime?"


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