• Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: FCP->Encoder CS4->FlashCS4->Transparent FLV?
    Hi Matt, Have you set the export to two pass encoding? It will give better quality - so you could try using 2 pass and reducing the video dimensions... and then size it up on the web page itself... That may give you better quality anyway. Let me know, Rounik
  • Matt Sepeta
    Posts: 6
    Joined: Mar 30th, 2009
    Re: FCP->Encoder CS4->FlashCS4->Transparent FLV?
    That is an excellent idea, I will give that a try later today and let you know how it comes out. Thanks for the help! Matt Sepeta
  • Cajypiu
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    Joined: Oct 11th, 2006
    Re: FCP->Encoder CS4->FlashCS4->Transparent FLV?
    Hi Guys, Matt, how did you get on? Sorry I haven't replied sooner, been a bit nuts this week! Rounik's suggestion of multipass will give you better results at higher compression.... but another way of dropping file sizes down is to reduce frame resolution, already suggested, but to also reduce the frame rate to say 15 or something. Most web video clips are at this rate anyway whereas NTSC is at twice that. Keep us posted. Cheers, John
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