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#1 karenodonnell

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Posted 01 June 2004 - 06:32 AM

Hello everyone,

I'm trying to compress my movie files for sending via email.

Sadly, I can only send a 3-4 sec movie without compression.

Does anyone know how to compress these .AVI files?

Thanks for your help

Karen

#2 Herve

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Posted 03 June 2004 - 02:39 PM

I know that cam2pc is now able too convert, resize, crop, ... Video files.

I don't know if avi files can be more or less compressed...

I will check.

You need the shareware version too enable the features.

Maybe you can check product like this one:

X Video Joiner v1.8

X Video Joiner lets you join multiple movie clips of AVI(DivX), MPEG/MPG and
WMV/ASF together into one large movie file and create slideshows with
background music for you favorite photos and pictures. X Video Joiner supports
AVI (DivX/XviD), MPEG (standard MPEG1, standard MPEG2), ASF, WMV, VCD, DVD,
SVCD formats. -Join AVI, MPEG, WMV, ASF to MPEG -Join AVI, MPEG, WMV, ASF to
AVI (DivX/XviD) -Join AVI, MPEG, WMV, ASF to WMV ASF -Join AVI, MPEG, WMV, ASF
to VCD, DVD, SVCD -Join multiple photos to a slideshow with background music -
Join unlimited number of video files/photos. Preview movie/photo before
joining. Change the order of videos/photos easily. Import audio files as
background music. More than 20 transition effects of slideshow available. Easy-
to-use interface allows you to enjoy working with video files without frequent
consulting with reference materials. You do not need to be a professional to
use this tool. Once you get started you will be surprised how smoothly you go
converting your video files from one format to another.


As you see, they go the way to put everything on a DVD and to send it by Airmail... biggrin.gif

Regards,

#3 mikehulsebus

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Posted 11 June 2004 - 06:14 AM

While I'm not at all familar with the V3 or any of its features, if you have a Windows computer with XP you already have Windows Movie Maker. Import the clip (make sure you have the "automatically make clips from my file" deselected), drag it onto the project, and then save. When saving you'll have the option to choose at what bitrate you want to encode. Not sure how well this'll work for you, but worth a try.



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