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    #31
    I compressed all the screens from .bmp to .jpg but that didnt help either..

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      #32
      Just compressed a 519MB Vid to 2.5MB...

      :bulb:

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        #33
        omfg,

        I forgot to edit the options for the xvid coded.. that shud be the prob soz..

        EDIT: The five second movie (800x600) is now 4,9 instead of 6,9 MB, still too much isnt it?

        now its 3,5 think thats good

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          #34
          Nice, glad you got it working I think when you have longer videos the compression is better. Not sure though. BTW: Here's a demo of that movie i compressed. It was 519MB uncompressed, and just look at the Video Quality! It still looks the same!

          BTW: That Options Part was added just about an hour ago. So you couldn't know anything about it

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            #35
            So maybe its better to just make all the dumpframes movies and put everything together with effects and stuff..
            And after THAT compress it..?

            cuz now I compress every single kill

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              #36
              Yep, better create, edit, and then compress. The only problem is, it uses loads of space on your HD. But you better get used to it, i had about 10-20GB disk space used for my "Evil Jumps" Vid...

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                #37
                Is there any free and good video editing program I can use..?
                As windows movie maker sucks..

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                  #38
                  I don't know of any free ones. Most are commercial. Adobe Premiere 1.5, Sony Vegas, but they cost too much for just messing around.

                  If anybody knows of a good free Video Editing Program, post it here!

                  Oh, this is from a google search, check it out:
                  http://www.zs4.net/
                  http://desktopvideo.about.com/od/sof...tfreesw_ro.htm

                  Seems quite good... (havn't tested it though)

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                    #39
                    Is there any way to compress the files to XviD using Windows Movie Maker..?

                    I mean, when I save my video, i dont see an option to save it with the XviD codec..

                    Is it possible to import the codec into the program or something..?

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                      #40
                      Not that i knew of, but it's not that hard anyway. Save the file, load it into vDub, Compress, done.

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                        #41
                        Well yeah ok,

                        but since I dont have sony vegas or adobe premiere..
                        I want to make the movie with Windows Movie Maker and when I got everything finished I have to save my files, but all default codecs you can use are **** imo..

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                          #42
                          Wich default codecs? DivX? XviD?

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                            #43
                            When saving the file you can choose between different things:

                            I hope you are dutch, lolz:

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                              #44
                              This is in Movie Maker, right? Well if it is, save it Full Quality, and then compress it using VirtualDub.

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                                #45
                                thats the problem.. :P

                                Highest quality there is, is DV-AVI and thats ****..

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