If you just want one format, go with the iPod video format.

We encode, .mov, .m4v, .mp3, flash, and .wmv.  With .m4v being about
98% of our viewership.


--- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "sdorfman.rm" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'm about to start a video blog.  I'm trying to decide on a format
to encode my videos in, and 
> I was hoping for feedback from the collective experience of this list.
> Here are the goals I'd like to satisfy with my video compression choice:
> 1. one format for windows and mac (hopefully this is possible, I'd
rather not have a .mov and 
> .wmv of each video because that complicates things and takes up
double the server space 
> and doubles my compression time.  maybe mpeg4 will satisfy this
requirement?  i realize 
> windows users can download quicktime, but i'd rather use a format
that doesn't require 
> windows users to have to download software.)
> 2. compatible with video ipods
> 3. easily compressed with my existing workflow Final Cut -> Compressor.
> What do y'all think?  Am I asking for the moon here?
> Simon

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