Perhaps my question was unclear - I'm aware of VLC 
and have many ways of playing back a variety of formats
on my computer. The issue I'm having is more about making
my videos viewable to the most people - Users might be at a
library computer and unable to download or install applications
or using an old iMac... Basically I get comments fairly
regularily that say people can't see the image, or
worse - nothing at all.

So does anyone know of compression codecs (or settings)
that look good, create small files via Quicktime AND can
be viewed on old systems?

thanks,

lukas blakk
backinblakk.blogspot.com

Message: 9
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 14:17:39 -0400
From: WWWhatsup <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: Re: h264 and Quicktime compression.

Tell the users to try the VLC player

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/



At 11:49 AM 4/10/2006, you wrote:
>Hi folks,
>
>I'm hoping someone could tell me a couple of things about the h.264
codec that comes with QT 7.
>
>Basically my issue is that it does really excellent, small videos BUT
it seems that many people can't watch the video - older computers I
guess. I've done some vids with h.263, I can't seem to use 3ivx through
Tiger - can anyone help me with tips on compression that's good for the
majority of computer users?
>
>Thanks,
>
>lukas blakk
>backinblakk.blogspot.com



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