From: owen (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Aug 06 2007 - 10:37:11 PDT
Apple is now working with YouTube to convert all of it's video to H.264.
In fact, right now, if someone views a clip that was uploaded as an H.
264 file on an iPhone an ipod or an AppleTV,
it plays in it's native H.264, very nice quality.
On Aug 6, 2007, at 1:12 PM, flick harrison wrote:
> I haven't tried h.264 on youtube.
> I was under the impression it would re-compress to flash video
> (which youtube does in the background) better if you upload mp4 -
> but only 'cos the youtube interface suggests it.
> Apparently if you encode at flash low-res then it won't re-encode
> at all, meaning you can test your own encode for quality instead of
> letting youtube degrade the heck out of it.
> Not sure.
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> On 6-Aug-07, at 9:46 AM, owen wrote:
>> Compress at H.264 and post to youtube.com . Then you can embed the
>> youtube clips into your own website or blog.
>> On Aug 6, 2007, at 12:11 PM, Ken Paul Rosenthal wrote:
>>> I've completed a 10" highlight funding reel for my documentary in
>>> process, and would like to post it in a dedicated website, or
>>> somewhere online where it will showcase well, yet at a low enough
>>> resolution that the images won't be appropriated. Also, would a
>>> watermark be advisable, or is that being too particular?
>>> I know this touches on issues of a free creative market and
>>> intellectual property, etc. But I'm less interested in hashing
>>> out those issues so much as the practical means of putting the
>>> above into place.
>>> So if anyone has a favored site/method, I'd appreciate your advice.
>>> Thanks, Ken
>>> Now you can see trouble
>>> before he arrives http://newlivehotmail.com/?
>>> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
>> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.