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Old 05-12-2019, 09:57 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Eliseat View Post
No it does not!

Buster, your descriptions are too vague.

Are you on Mac or Windows? Do you have VLC installed or not? On my Windows 7 installation h264 is default inside the mp4 preset. Its the most common codec and allows to encode videos nearly lossless with higher quality values. So yeah, it would be the best option for you.

If you are on a Mac, I can't help you. But others will, that's for sure. If you are in Windows, you probably have to install a newer version of ffmpeg. But first we need to know more about your problem.
I am running Windows 10. I have not installed VLC whatever that is. Where do I get a newer version of ffmpeg and how/where do I install it? Thanks in advance.
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