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    Hi, I want to make 2 or 3 quick time videos for my work to go on our new website for a latest computer ganme release..

    I have adobe premiere and everything needed..

    I have recorded it through premeire and it seems to the the compression where I am strggling with...

    I have managed to get a 10 secone clip to save as quicktime as 1.2 mb with sound. Alhtough a bit big it will suffice.

    BUT it is really poor quality.... I seem to have tried most of the compressors etc..

    Has anyone any experience with this and what can I do to improve quality but to keep the size down

    cheers in advance
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    Cloughie - does it need to be quicktime? Have you tried .mov or even RealVideo?

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    well it can be real I suppose. .mov IS quicktime I am sure...

    I managed to get it at a reasonable quality level by trial and error with a combination of frame rate and size etc....

    Cheers anyhow..
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    do it in real producer plus 8... 15fps, 320x240, 492 kbps video, 16 kbps audio, two pass, vbr, should give you a dvd quality clip at 1.8 megs per 30 seconds.


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