[teknoids] video format question

Soteriou, Nefeli soteriou at buffalo.edu
Mon Apr 22 14:55:22 EDT 2013

Since internet speed affects downloading times,
I think it is subjective, and a personal choice, the compression selection.
It depends on the quality of the media one wants to share with their
audience, and what matters to them.
As a rule of thump, experiment.
Hope this helps, -n

-- Nefeli Soteriou
Associate for Instructional Production Services
Charles B. Sears Library, Koren AV Center
Law Library Room 441
University at Buffalo
Buffalo NY 14260


On 4/22/13 1:10 PM, "James Callison" <callison at hamilton.law.ou.edu> wrote:

>On 4/17/2013 12:38 PM, John Quentin Heywood wrote:
>> My question for the hivemind is what is the best compressed
>> format for me to convert it into for student downloading?
>I'd suggest transcoding it in HandBrake using its iPad preset;
>everything I've tried seems to be able to play the resulting videos.
>James P. Callison, MCP+I, MCSE
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