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is i possible to do differernt levels of compression withi the one.swf
Part of promotional video, need lower compression.
nippi

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Msg#: 4033481 posted 10:57 am on Nov 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

I have a client who has insisted that in their promotional video, that we include a combined pan and zoom of the view of the horizon from their resort.

Only problem is, after getting the footage back..... if I edit the shot in(final cut pro)then export as a .swf file, the compression of the panning shot is terrible... far too jumpy, but if I don't compress the video... the file is far too large.

I can not now go back, and do a slower pan.

Is their anyway I can create a flash movie, with differernt levels of video compression within the one file?

 

nippi

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Msg#: 4033481 posted 1:14 am on Dec 1, 2009 (gmt 0)

anyone?

rocknbil

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Msg#: 4033481 posted 4:33 am on Dec 1, 2009 (gmt 0)

I was hoping thecoalman had an idea. Empty pockets here . . . . .

It's because to get a different res, you have to re-encode it, it's not something you can do on the fly. Right?

What you could do is have multiple resolution versions and have the user select, or detect their bandwidth and push it out accordingly, but that's not what you're asking.

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