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Topic # 9112 20-Aug-2006 21:38
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Hey hey guys great sitealways get the answers that i need
anyway i use a program called studio 9 to make movies some of which are phenomenal (so ive been told)
my problem is converting them to a smaller format to e mail or just anyway i can get them out in the world so people can see what i can do
with studio i have the option to make disc,mpeg avi or share
any help would be much appricated

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Reply # 44406 20-Aug-2006 22:14
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You should use mpeg formats, they are smaller the AVI. If you can select a codec, I suggest you use DIVX.

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  Reply # 44408 20-Aug-2006 22:42
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With Studio 9 the 2 options for you would be:
  1. Convert to Real Audio or Windows Media=-once rendered allows to send file by email
  2. Share for the Internet-onto Pinnacle website
  3. Convert to Mpeg 4-click on the mpeg button
As Mauricio suggests there are other formats which you casn convert too if you use something like TmPGenc
Is but one

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