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matthew dyrerendering/ encoding tips
by on Mar 17, 2012 at 10:16:53 pm

I'm trying to figure out how to render my motion graphics files to reasonable sized videos (I'm very new). right now I'm working with a 4 minute basically just an audio visualizer for a song (song is 5mb). When i render it with the quicktime format at 720p at 60% quality I got a 140mb file, which is 65mb after i converted it to .mp4 with media encoder...a lot better, but still seems pretty big to me.

Last night I was watching a tv show online and noticed it was 50 minutes long, .mp4, 160mb, and i don't know what the resolution was but it looked better than my simple video does even though it's 12 times longer and less than 3 times bigger. How can I get that kind of quality and small file size?

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Allan RumjantsevRe: rendering/ encoding tips
by on Mar 19, 2012 at 6:33:51 pm

4-minute-video that is 65 mb doesn't suit you? That's totally OK, I guess..

But, anyways, try this bitrate calculator:

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