film size - sony vegas\movie maker to flash

Posted on 2008-11-07
Last Modified: 2013-12-20
i want to make my movie into a flash that will come up on my website...
but when i save the film it takes a lot of space...about 100 for a minute.
what can i do?
i need it to be light as much as possiable because i want it to be embed inside flash
Question by:Sasha-N
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    Accepted Solution

    I'm not sure of the options in Sony Vegas to save, but you should always save a good master after editing in either MPEG-2 or H.264.
    Then it's best to simply get a free copy of SUPER and make an Internet version in Flash.
    Your resolution only needs to be 320 x 240 but keep your frame rate up to around 30fps and your bitrate has to be above 200Kbps.


    Author Comment

    Is there any other way to do it inside the editing software?
    I am now using adobe after effects instead of vegas
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    Expert Comment

    Any software should give you a number of saving options -- and some give you a flash option. From their menus you should be able to choose at least the resolution.

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