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    zerocold96 is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    Default coding video files

    well, i'n building a website and i want to place video files but i don't wana put an 200 mbs file but rather an 100 or even 75mb one.


    how do i do it? i want to do it with anime videos. I saw a extension from a site that was "RM" on a video and i would like to know how to do it.

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    rm is a real player streaming file,

    try this: http://www.icglink.net/cgi-bin/icgli...kb.cgi?view=19

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    If your talking about taking what you have and hosting it, then you have to encode it... and at a pretty low quality to hit that mark on file size.

    So google around on encoding with XVID to an AVI... sounds like what your probably going to want to do. (Note that encoding takes a long time to do)
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    I'd recommend x.264 instead of xvid.

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    True, but you kind of need a horse for that bastard and AVI (if I remember right) doesn't support x.264 or h.264, so he/she would have to add a FAQ on installing something that could play the extra shit, be it a codec pack or MPlayer.

    Could be worth it though, Jyuu... I've never seen x.264 at that quality. I know XVID is pretty shitty once you drop down that much (even multipass). Ever tried it, out of curiosity?
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    Yes I did and x.264 can be used in various containers. Remember that AVI is just a container for a video. The codec can be anything as long as you have the decoder.

    My Core 2 Extreme system makes mincemeat of any encoding process anyway. ^__^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jyuu
    Yes I did and x.264 can be used in various containers. Remember that AVI is just a container for a video. The codec can be anything as long as you have the decoder.

    My Core 2 Extreme system makes mincemeat of any encoding process anyway. ^__^
    Haha. I always think that my poor little Pentium M is going to come out and beat me to death when I do two pass on x.264. :P

    But AVI is old and has a loooot of problems handling these new formats. H.264/AVC is not well supported. It's only through hacks and tweeks that it can support half the shit it does. I looked it up and found that they just recently got H.264 working, but only at 30fps. AVI also has problems with Variable Bit Rates and I never have goten Vorbis to work in it. Not sure how they do that.

    I just use Matroska. Makes thing soooo much easier.

    Here's a comparison if your interested.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compari...tainer_formats
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    I use mp4 myself. I gave up on AVI months ago.

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    if you can get the actual video size to be smaller (like 320x240 or somethin) and into an mp4 with h26 coding, then it results to like 50 Mb. (this worked with iSquint, but it should work with other video coders..... or you could just use an embeded code from youtube or something if they have the video you want. )

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    that comparison list helps a lot and for what I see from it Matroska looks like the best.


    to play Matroska files what kind of player do you need?

 

 
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