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Re: [videoblogging] Re: Server side optimizing?

By Adrian Miles | "Adrian Miles" <adrian.miles@...> | adrianlmiles
July 12, 2004 | Post #294 | Topic #283

>>> peter@... 07/13/04 11:27 AM >>> The movies I make with my small camera are about 2 megs each. (few hundred K after optimizing). So that's very doable to upload to a server and optimize serverside for future downloads by users... > I use QT on laptop and save to mpeg4. from memory Cleaner lets you set up a watch folder but problem with that is you > hve to upload *enormous* files to be auto compressed which is impossible without *huge* bandwidth. Could you explain again how that works? Sounds interesting... From Adrian: http://www.discreet.com/products/cleaner/cleaner6/ run it on os x, set a watch folder, anything in here will be compressed for you. haven't used it but would expect it to use settings you control. on os x would just make the folder available to you via ftp or ssh, or via a http upload, also on os x you could write an applescript that takes the output and puts it somewhere else, including a webpage (which would be very cool). cheers Adrian Miles