Hi, I am almost sure that was ever chewed through but I will not really find ... So if someone has a link I would appreciate it synonymous already:)
I work with Premiere Pro s.Mac from the CS4 suite.
I have had a video (wmv) with 960x540px resolution, that is too large for Pal. I had to convert before Schonmal professionals to import at all.
The issue with h.264 is not a problem, the quality of fit and the file is not too large. Now it all but on Windows Calculator on it, get the not permanently donated the latest player and therefore do not support as many codecs synonymous.
MPEG4 ruled on Windows as far as I know from before or Schonmal?
What is left for me yet?
MPEG 2 are just huge, WMV, I can not spend at all and usually I tend to go out of ideas ... Flip4Mac I know, but the HD capable version will cost almost 200 ¬, but what is pretty much, I think.
Does anyone have some tips for me?
Antwort von tommyb:
Uff ... So when it comes to the latest codecs, then just the Windows platform. But the number of those described * ss * n * n Codec Packs speaks volumes ...
Even a Windows PC comes with various codecs clear, however, it is here for one of the Windows version as synonymous to the used codec.
MPEG1 can even Windows 98 MPEG2 can only s.Vista, in XP you need a DVD player software h.264 my knowledge runs natively under Windows 7 in the MP4 container
If you wish to spend, in principle, reasonable and cover the material while a larger area, then take MPEG1 or take MP4 with h.264. Packe also on the disk (or what ever your synonymous "proliferation medium") nor the VLC player with it. This is definitely pretty much.
Antwort von Lukimoe:
Well, most probably run on XP Calculator, and there shall no software to install ... Which must be approved until etc.
Otherwise I would have been synonymous for VLC.
Yes MPEG 1 or 2 would be okay but I just can not simply small enough in the resolution. Is almost the last resort but if there is NEN better codec that would naturally good.
DivX is probably out and something like more synonymous, really as good as anything extra to be installed ...
But does really well as if there would remain only MPEG.
Antwort von tommyb:
Well ... because there is still something like DivX. Called "Microsoft H.263 codec" and is actually the very first official version of the MPEG4 codec at all. Then came the guys who cracked the thing and have it as a DivX ";)" or "DivX 3" posted on the web.
In any case, this MS codec on any XP with this and would be worthwhile if necessary (synonymous when it is not as efficient as the newer DivX codec).
To encode a Windows system but should turn with, for example, "VirtualDub".