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    Super clear compression settings for Youtube/Flash
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    Hey Guys,

    I thought i'd post this because i've had a lot of PM's about it.

    How to get sweet video quality for Youtube/Flash:

    Here are some short clips of mine so u can see what i'm on about, If you can already get nice clear flash video's then there's probably no point reading ahead...

    http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=benandaimo


    ...ok so these r the settings:

    I use sorenson squeeze with the .flv setting of 1mbps, The codec to be used is "Sorenson Spark Pro" 1-Pass CBR, Frame size is 320 x 240

    Thats pretty much it guys, I hope this helps

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    hey ben, thanks for posting this. I had to link yout post to someone that needed info onhow to get a nice clear video for youtube. Good job on the setting.


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    looks good! but what if you are using quicktime or compressor to encode any tips?


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    Quote Originally Posted by matt s.
    looks good! but what if you are using quicktime or compressor to encode any tips?
    Yeah... what he said. ??


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    I'll have to buy Squeeeze.

    Argh!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by matt s.
    looks good! but what if you are using quicktime or compressor to encode any tips?
    Sorry dude! I don't know anything about compressor or quicktime compression



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    For the mac users i found this in another thread in the Output /Compression forum i have yet to try it but i thought i would post it here.

    640x480 MP4 @ 700 kbps
    128 for audio

    I think the audio rate could be lower depending on your content and needs for audio quality.


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    I just encoded a clip at the settings i mentioned above and it looked terrible in quicktime. i didnt even bother trying to upload to youtube but i would think their compression would make it even worse . time for more experimenting.


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    Yeah... I've tried a few similar to your recommendations with inadequate results, to say the least.


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    wow thats pretty decent looking video for utube.
    thanks for the tip


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