Got the 3ivx 5.0.2 upgrade today and compressed the one hour church
video down to 850mb and it worked great and looks super. That has to
be one of the best compression programs out there, and it was only
$19.99. Gotta love it. Thanks for the help.
Mark J. Matteau
--- In email@example.com, Andrew Baron <andrew@...> wrote:
> Diddo on the need for 5.0.2
> Any other version creates sync problems for some of the new ipods.
> We still LOVE it.
> I haven't seen a more compatible, better looking, smaller sized
> as a result of the 3ivx CODEC.
> On Apr 30, 2008, at 4:35 PM, Steve Watkins wrote:
> > Which version of 3ivx you got? If its version 5, make sure you
> > using latest 5.0.2
> > version.
> > If that doesnt work, you could consider using the h264 encoding
> > built into quicktime
> > instead, or use a different program such as visualhub to make
> > mpeg4 or h264
> > videos.
> > Cheers
> > Steve Elbows
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "fisboman" <vlogger107@>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > For the past eight months, I have been using the 3ivx
> > > program to render videos in IMovie for my church's web
> > > loved it. A few months ago, after I installed an automatic
> > > upgrade (I won't do that again!), whenever I try to use the 3ivx
> > > compression program into a Quicktime format, I get a message
> > > says "file could not be compressed. Movie may contain data that
> > > invalid for this type of compression" I'm using a Macbook.
> > > The 3ivx only cost me $39 but it was the best compression
> > > had found for clarity and size compression. Anyone had a similar
> > > experience and is there a fix for it.
> > >
> > > Mark Matteau
> > > President/co-founder
> > > www.jetpac.tv
> > >
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