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Old 13-09-2004, 04:27 PM   #1
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if i wanted to put my animations online to show off my work, whats the best video codec to use? which ones come standard on all computers?
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QT or DIVX more than likely
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Nether QT or DivX come standard. And just IMO QT is SHIT.

Use DiVX or XViD anything that creates an ISO standard MPEG4 stream is good. If you want streaming media its QT, Real or WMV.

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umm yeahh i do know it doesn’t come standard otherwise i wouldn’t have to dl the codec. :p lol

but scene as basically nothing comes stander with any comp that’s worth any salt I meant the "commonly used standard"

thats easy to DL and both multi platform :p
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do divx or wmv work on macs?
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I'll let dave awnser that b4 he hits me with his handbag again
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lol no probs chief we all love those bank meetings lol. and u did have to put up with that other post which is enough to annoy any 1 lol (about encoding)
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I'll let dave awnser that b4 he hits me with his handbag again
lol sorry just been down the bank enough to piss ne one off

WMV does work in the mac but you need to watch the audio codec you use.

DivX is probably better for cross compatibility. Works fine on *NIX based PC as well.

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you can also get divx pro 5.#, for a 6 month trial too, from divx's www

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just noticed another sg1 fan, ROCK ON dude, not long to wait for the new season...

check out the downloads section and look for my first ever model, the Prometheus...
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