--- In email@example.com, "Pat Cook (Jeeper One TV)"
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi everyone:
> At 03:19 PM 8/8/2005, you wrote:
> >I'm at the end of my rope. For years I've been using quick time as
> >primary output for my online videos.
> >So I need a video technology that most people already have, that
> >handle 14 minute files... and occasionally 28 minute files. Is
> >good option? Can't all the players read mpg4?
> MP4 is BY FAR & AWAY THE BEST way to go. MP4 is synchronizable
> the PSP and Quicktime (even the PC version) can play MP4
> files. There's also a smattering of other players as well. :-)
> Plus, the IA stores AND CREATES MP4 files (You do have to allow
> to create derivatives of the source video in order for them to
> an MP4 version for you though).
> Hope this helps Jamie :-)
> Cheers for now everyone :-)
> Pat Cook
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