So you've managed to create a video for use in promoting your website which
you are sure will generate loads of attention on YouTube and other video sharing
sites. The problem is that the file created by your shiny new hi-def camcorder
is so immense, YouTube essentially chokes because the files exceeds the maximum
size. What should you do?
FLV Hosting, a leading provider of streaming video, released the Hi Def
Encoder V1 available for purchase at
www.flvhosting.com for $99.00. The PC based application compresses large Hi
Definition videos into tiny, more manageable file sizes while maintaining
quality of the original picture. This enables website owners to display Hi Def
videos instantly, a problem previously encountered due to the size and
dimensions of Hi Def video. Tests have reduced video file sizes as much as seven
times smaller than the original, yet maintains video viewing quality.