From: W. C. Swofford (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Nov 25 2008 - 10:13:33 PST
Have you encoded to FLV format? That might help.
Also, you may want to try to utilize a streaming video player like:
A player like that should ensure that the player has downloaded enough
of the video, before it starts playing it - eliminates the stutter.
This is called "progressive download". I think it can be loaded as an
"movie clip" externally from Flash - ie it integrates into HTML and
FLASH based websites.
There are other solutions out there like this too, which are good for
producers who don't want waste time reinventing the wheel when it
comes to players.
On Tue, Nov 25, 2008 at 12:53 PM, Ken Paul Rosenthal
<email suppressed> wrote:
> Although the QT file of my 5-minute trailer, produced with Compressor looks
> fabulous by itself, it stutters and pixilates once embedded into my
> Flash-based website.
> Oddly, on some computers it plays well, and others not.
> Some folks have recommended simply embedding it as is, as a QT file, rather
> than converting it to Flash.
> If so, how would I embed it as a QT? Is that possible on a Flash-based site?
> Here are the parameters of my file:
> - made with Compressor
> - Kind: QuickTime Movie
> - Size: 480 x 360
> - Dimensions: 480 x 360
> - Codecs: H.264, AAC, Timecode
> - Duration, 5:38
> - Channel Count: 2
> - Total Bit Rate: 1,664
> Thanks, Ken
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