Flash H.264 video compression as a progressive download
Newsmeldung von slashCAM: Oktober 2008
Workshop: Flash H.264 video compression as a progressive downloadof thomas - 25 Sep 2008 10:31:00 > Since the version 9.3 supports the Adobe Flash Player playback of H.264 videos. H.264 is ideal for videos in high quality at low bit rate to the net. We want with this small workshop to show how with free open source software according to H.264 video and converts to progressive download from the webserver prepared.
Antwort von mko:
Have followed the recipe. The size and quality is great, but in Quicktime, I have only sound and no Picture in FLV player and it is exactly the opposite. But the Web opens it. The rest is not so important ...
Antwort von DeeZiD:
Thanks for the tutorial. This works out to inclusion in the Flvplayer Incidentally smoothly. The fact that the Quicktime MP4 files from Avidemux does not like, but it bothers me not: D
Antwort von ratoma:
Hi, for me it works, unfortunately not. I am using FrontPage (unfortunately) and before I put something on the HTML page copy, I use phase 5.42, otherwise change the FP code. My question: How do you Avidemux, so that the "Flash" H.264 video synonymous with the QuickTime player are playable. The default is yes no Picture.