High Definition on my website

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      Hey there everyone! I’m new to this forum and I’m looking to put some HD video on my website. Can someone please layout the process of what it takes to make this happen? For instance: 1) Shoot 30-45 second video with HD camera with greenscreen or white background —> 2) edit video and sound with editing software —> 3) encode video for the web with software —> 4) insert video on player (Flash player?) —> 5) embed into website template. Am I on the right track here? I’d appreciate any input – have a great day! – zach

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      Hey there everyone! I’m new to this forum and I’m looking to put some HD video on my website. Can someone please layout the process of what it takes to make this happen? For instance: 1) Shoot 30-45 second video with HD camera with green screen or white background —> 2) edit video and sound with editing software —> 3) encode video for the web with software —> 4) insert video on player (Flash player?) —> 5) embed into website template. Am I on the right track here? I’d appreciate any input – have a great day! – zach

      Hi Zach,

      This is probably not what you are looking for but… I think if you embed HD video on your site it would slow it down quite abit and that would cause viewers to become frustrated.

      I shoot HD video of my 600HP Subaru doing 1/4 mile dragstrip passes. I render the video in HD format and upload to my site. I then hyperlink to it from an index page.

      You can check out the result by accessing my site and following the instructions below:

      1) click this link: N8RWS.com

      2) click on the “STi” image

      3) scroll to the bottom of page and select the “Video Recordings HD” link

      Let me know if you have any questions.

      Jeff B

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