[OT] Understanding Codecs (was Re: .mov on Windows)

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Tue Feb 8 09:44:35 EST 2005

On 08.02.2005 08:44:46 use-revolution-bounces wrote:
>I have been doing a good bit of work with SnapZProX lately and I've
>been stymied by a problem related to the one in this thread.
>So far, I have been unable to find any way to understand the specific
>codecs for sound and video compression used in the SnapZProX product in
>terms of:
>1. Which are the best at compressing with minimal loss
>2. Which are included as part of the QT distro
>3. Which are likely to cause problems on Windows
>Can anyone point me to a resource? I'll spend the time to learn this
>stuff but I've posted on a half-dozen message boards to no avail and
>searched with Google/A9 until I can't come up with terms to use for
>searching any more.
>On Feb 7, 2005, at 10:07 PM, Trevor DeVore wrote:
>> You most likely compressed with a codec that isn't part of the
>> standard QuickTime installation (the TechSmith Ensharpen codec for
>> example).  After recording your movie in SnapzPro the dialog box that
>> comes up will tell you what compressor you are saving the movie with.
>> --
>> Trevor DeVore
>> Blue Mango Multimedia
>> trevor at mangomultimedia.com
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