Film smaller - larger file? Conversion with Quicktime 7
Frage von lilixxl: Juli 2010
Hello in the round,
I have a problem where I have probably not understood something correctly:
I give Final Cut Express on a movie from Quicktime Export / Movie. That's fast. Then I open the outputted movie in Quicktime (pro) and give it there as a smaller size eg 640x380 pixels again. This is synonymous afloat.
Now the output from Final Cut Film 64MB (1920 * 1080) and the output from Quicktime 164 MB! (640 * 380).
Can someone give me a hint on what to do can and / or how I spend s.schnellsten FinalCut Express from a movie in the size, such as for youTube, etc.
Thank you for any advice! Rainer
Antwort von Axel:
For YouTube or Vimeo pick> Export> Quicktime movie> H.264. Examine only whether the correct size (720 x 1280 would be useful for web as synonymous, all resolutions, so synonymous that are smaller (480 or 320) converted from the manufacturer. On the quality settings you should change anything, unless the size of the upload file exceeds the corresponding limit (for Vimeo is the 500 MB, corresponding to ~ 5 min in 720p H.264 standard in quality, there's no time limit, YouTube for min is as high as 2 GB for a maximum of 10). The files of YouTube are archived, are indeed much smaller (while the video press guckst # #% a, from the displayed list the file in - often increasing - MB-sized images and then with "a" button to make a double click, 1080p when you upload, YouTube makes it 4 files, 1080, 720, 480 and 320), but with a better encoded output file succeed the better, everything was covered in old threads with trial and error already. Despite the relatively miserly upload limit see Vimeo clips are usually better in my opinion.
What data rate (data rate limit export dialog: ...) in which movie length to what size leads to, you said the free BitratePro .
PS: Even Final Cut Pro has to provide a worry-free feature for YouTube or the like, "I can not imagine that what's missing in FCE ...