What is the biggest file youíve successfully uploaded to Youboob, Vimeo, Blip.tv etc?
Does sending bigger/higher quality files result in better .flv encoding?
I generally upload 5 minute QT h.264 files are about 100mb, but since I finally figured out how to FTP files up to Blip.tv I noticed I can send them bigger files.
The flash encoding I do with Adobe Premiere Elements hasnít turned out better than when Blip.tv converts the file for me. I havenít figured out how to generate a good .flv video yet??? And the h.264 files once converted to .flv are all blown out and have zero contrast.
I rendered a vid last night that is 1gb and looks really sharp, but something happened when I tried to upload it. No error message came up and Blip.tv didnít send me an email; they normally do this when a file errorís out. Iím going to give this file a shot again when I get home, but if somebody has some past experience with this I could certainly appreciate skipping this trial and error step.
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