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Step One - Video Compression
Step Two - Frame Rate
Step Three - Audio Compression
+ Removing Encryption
+ Encoding Video
+ Extracting Audio
You hear through the grape-vine that DivX and VirtualDub are the way to go
First off make sure you have installed the DivX codec and VirtualDub on your system
Now run VirtualDub
There are several things you can do to make the original file smaller while not sacrificing quality
Finally you can remove excess scenes and frames,
and divide the final file up if its too large as a single file,
and maybe even polish up the final file by removing artifacts
Low-Motion is best for most movies
Fast-Motion is only good when almost the entire movie is very fast paced (action movies..)
What you are aiming for is MAXIMUM compression with MINIMUM quality loss
So just choosing the compressor is NOT ENOUGH
One reason is that this allows for LESS LAG TIME when searching through the file during playback.
Another reason is that the video quality will be better if the file is ever edited later.
Still another reason is that splitting up a file later on will be much easier to do.
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