From: Tenzin Phuntsog (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jan 25 2011 - 09:53:36 PST
A few notes of suggestion on compression.
Be very cautious of your export settings and that you keep your frame
Timecode burned in is also helpful.
In terms of compression, for feature length films I find it always
helpful to break things up into 'reels'
Limit data rate to something managable like 2500 kbs and h264 codec.
I would not use Vimeo because you don't have all the controls at your
disposal such as vlcplayer, mpegstreamclip or quicktime.
Then setup ftp.
Hope this helps.
On 1/25/11, David Tetzlaff <email suppressed> wrote:
>> what exactly do you mean?
> I mean with private file transfers: a) the source computer has to be on the
> whole time the destination computer is downloading; b) you still have to
> make a torrent file and use torrent clients, which is more work than just
> using a service with a web interface.
> Dropbox rocks. Everyone should have it. They give you like 2GB.
> Alternatively, for large files, you can make a segmented RAR archive and
> upload the pieces to Rapidshare or the like. Downloader programs like
> JDownloader will let the recipient download all the files automatically w/o
> having to attend to the waiting times for free users manually.
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