Hi there. I am a blogger and i normally make videos with my flip video camera and want to upload it on YouTube but a problem i have is that I use handbrake to compress my videos and i normally select web optimized and 350 as the bitrate to compress it to so that it makes it much smaller cause it takes a while to upload it if I leave it the normal size.
What is a good size to use for video compression and posting on the net. I don't want it too big and I don't want the quality to be too bad either???
Please refer to the guides I provided, remember the higher resolution the bigger the size, audio plays an important roll with how big the file is, if it uses wav or ac3 try using mp3 to reduce the size
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