Hello Eric -

You can use Compressor to create .mp4 files that are small enough to meet your 

I can provide you with a click-through for creating a custom setting that you 
can re-use in the future.
What version of Compressor and OS X are you using?

Also we can keep this off-list unless others want to learn this specific 
Compressor mojo …


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Jessica Fenlon

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On Nov 2, 2014, at 12:01 PM, Eric Theise <ericthe...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello frameworkers,
> tl;dr: I want to generate html5-friendly videos from DVD clips that
> stay below 50Mb.
> I give talks, and use reveal.js (http://lab.hakim.se/reveal-js/) as my
> presentation framework. I occasionally want to include excerpts of
> films ripped from DVDs. As reveal.js is an html5 framework, I want to
> use the <video> tag to display media. There is conflicting information
> out there, but my understanding is that .mp4 and .webm are the formats
> best-supported by contemporary browsers. When the presentations feel
> complete, I publish them on GitHub. I would like it if anyone could
> view the presentations, but it's most important that they work for
> either Chrome or Safari on Mac OS X and I am not going to jump through
> hoops to make them universally available.
> I've used various strategies over the past few years, but do it
> infrequently enough that I can't always recollect what I did, and I'd
> like help nailing down a workflow that meets my needs.
> Most recently, I used Fairmount to copy files and get them into .m4v
> format. When I did this a year ago, the results were in .dv format. I
> don't recall what I did differently. I use iMovie to edit the clips,
> then Share:File, where I have several options to export to .mp4.
> Unfortunately, one of the clips I want to use ends up being 58Mb, and
> GitHub has a limit of 50Mb.
> I have Apple's Compressor which lets me generate .mov files that are
> below the limit. But .mov files are not recommended for html5. There
> are free and open source tools & services that convert .mov to .mp4,
> but this doesn't feel like the right way to go.
> What is the right way to go? Ideally I'd like to say: give me an .mp4
> or .webm file of the highest quality possible given a 50Mb size limit.
> Any suggestions? Thanks for your consideration.
> Eric
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