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Virtual Scribe, you are sooo right about working in gigabytes. I reduced the bitrate to 360 and the audio to 64 – some scenes are so pixelated at those settings :'( I really would like to keep the quality as high as possible. (I was catering for high-speed Internet, for now I have dial-up.)
However, the area where the video appears is not meant to show video this long. It is for short clips which dissolve into one another – 2 minutes at most. This was my first upload of video and my website is new and only known to my friends for now.
When I upload the clip intended for that spot, do you think I could still apply the bitrate, since the FLV will probably only be around 2 megabytes 😕