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    What's the best method to create a high quality FLV from a mpeg-2 source or wmv? Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. I've tried doing it with On2 VP6 in After Effects with a bitrate of 1000 but it's still not up to the quality I would like.
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    What resolution/frame size are you using?
    Give us more information about your source, is it interlaced? what resolution/frame size? etc?

    I use flash professional and get goody quality.
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    The resolution is 664x550 source is deinterlaced. these are some fast motion trailers so I need them to be as smooth as possible and as high quality as possible.
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  4. If 1000 kbps isn't enough, go higher. Bigger frames, higher frame rates, more detail, brighter pictures, more action, smoke, fog, fire, white-water, noise, anything that causes large areas to change from frame to frame, all require higher bitrates.
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    Depending on the server software (I think), you can distribute flash using h264/AVC. It would take some work, but it's do-able:

    http://somestuff.org/flashAVC/flvplayer.php?moviename=movies/imax_mute-x640y368.mp4

    Encoding parameters below the video
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    that is perfect soopafresh what programs are needed and would it be a problem if they need to be flv?
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  7. Doesn't Adobe recommend using .mp4 instead of .flv now for h.264?
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