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Old 07-23-2019, 12:05 AM   #6
RJHollins
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Originally Posted by Eliseat View Post
You should use h264 as this is the best compromise between size and quality. And its a widespread format. But I have no idea if its the best for Facebook as I don't use it.
I don't do FB either ... but I did do a test Video with a static image ... it worked just fine.

It Render as a .mov file ... I renamed it to MP4 ... still worked. Used 800x600 resolution with 16-bit audio. Video quality was decent [not as good as the original photo ... but, the file size was 756 meg ... rather than 3.2gig with my initial test.

I sent the file to the client. Waiting for reply and how it works for them.

still ... this is research ... so any one that can provide info is much appreciated.

Thank-you !
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