1. odavid350's Avatar
    anybody here know of a program that reduces the size without hurting the quality of a video i would rather have my movies taking up a couple hundred MB's then GB's
    2007-10-09 10:22 AM
  2. ReVan's Avatar
    Are you looking for Apps that use existing codecs or apps that come with their own codecs?
    2007-10-09 07:15 PM
  3. Eurisko's Avatar
    anybody here know of a program that reduces the size without hurting the quality of a video i would rather have my movies taking up a couple hundred MB's then GB's
    Any compression method hurts video quality. If you want the best quality video while keeping a small size, use iTunes built in converter. Feed the video into iTunes, right-click on it and select "Convert Selection for iPod". You can also use "Convert Selection for iPhone" but again, this will make a larger size video.
    2007-10-09 07:22 PM
  4. odavid350's Avatar
    I did the itunes converter and still comes out to be at least a gig i guess i'll have to live with it thanks guys
    2007-10-10 03:30 AM
  5. Eurisko's Avatar
    How big and how long is the original movie? A 1.5 hour movie should be no more than 600MB.
    2007-10-10 03:37 AM
  6. odavid350's Avatar
    its 2 hours its 1.91 gigs
    2007-10-10 01:24 PM
  7. coreym@cfl.rr.com's Avatar
    Have you tried handbreak? you can make custom settings with it. I just use the iPhone setting for all of my videos and dont have any over a gig.
    2007-10-10 01:28 PM
  8. Eurisko's Avatar
    Yikes. That's big. Ya, you can use handbrake or VisualHub. Generally, you can make the movie 320x240, H.264, 600K compression, 128Kx44hHz AAC sound.

    I've never had a movie over a Gig either.
    2007-10-10 11:40 PM
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