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No, nothing fun. That's the sound of me bashing my head against the desk as I try to figure out bloody Quicktime encoding.

Anyone know how to get a good, small Quicktime file (equivalent to DivX/XVid) from either a frame-served AVI or a HuffYUV encoded AVI?
  • QuickTime

    (Anonymous)
    Ask the guys from Red Vs. Blue how they do it and what they use.

    According to the comments in the video section they switched to QuickTime 7 starting with Episode 66: http://rvb.roosterteeth.com/archive/episode.php?id=171

    They use the H.264 encoder but you would have to ask them for the settings.

    Alex
    • Re: QuickTime

      Good idea - thanks. Mailed.
      • Re: QuickTime

        (Anonymous)
        Best way is with Sorenson Squeeze if ya got it... the Sorenson codec is easy to use and filesizes are tiiiiiny yet the quality is great.

        - Executor VI
        • Re: QuickTime

          (Anonymous)
          To be specific the codec that Squeeze uses is Sorenson Video 3 Pro, which I don't think is avaliable anywhere else other than in Squeeze (4).

          - Executor VI
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