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dailybrot

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  1. Hi, I have a blog with self-hosted videos. One of the main functions of the blog is to be able to view videos on a mobile device like an iPhone 4s. I currently use the h.264 format with the "iPhone widescreen" preset on Adobe Encoder, which has the benefit of a small file size but the images tend to be muddy. Anyone have any export settings presets or tips for exporting videos to be viewed on mobile devices like an iPhone 4s or Android device? I am looking for a custom set-up that has better video image quality than the "iPhone widescreen" preset mixed with a reasonable file size for medium to fast load-up time for a 3G mobile network connection. My content: - I shoot all of the videos with the GH2 hacked high bitrate setting; - All of my videos are about 30 seconds to two minutes long, so encoding a 200-300MB file to around 30-40MB file size. Looking forward to any advice you have!!
  2. Hi, Just checked out some rigging options on www.pinterest.com. It was the first time I have heard of it but the BBC says that it was the "fastest growing website ever" in 2010. Whilst browsing through it, I happened upon this crazy freestyle 3D set up. Click [url="http://pinterest.com/pin/76701999874079264/"]here[/url] to check it out. The BBC article about Pinterest is [url="http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-19197531"]here[/url] if you're interested.
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