Learning about Video File Formats and Video Formats is a little bit complicated. But in this video we will try to simplify it a little bit.
First of all, if you know about video file formats, then we’ll start by saying that at the time this video recording, probably the best video file format is an MP4 with an H.264 codec with a bitrate of between 600 to 1248. If MP4 is not available, FLV with an H.264 codec is a good second choice. If you don’t know what that means, then you need to watch this video. If you do know what this means, then maybe you can skip this video.
- the ability to edit, cut, transition, etc. This is especially important if you want to do more than make a simple slide show. It will show the difference between the absolute novice and a beginning editor.
- the ability to export in a quality format with minimal file size. Getting the movie to play on a server without pauses and blips is vital to creating a good impression.
Serif Movie Plus
Serif is our number one choice for a Video Editor. It is easy to use, has good instructional material, and the price is very reasonable.
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