Configuring Flash Video Properties
Flash Video is the most popular file format for video played over the internet. It is used by YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo Video, MySpace, etc. Flash Video is supported by most operating systems and web browsers. Flash Video is a video file format specifically designed to be streamed from servers on the web. FLV files are played using a player embedded in a web page.
Click Formats >> Select Standard Formats >> FLV >> Configure.
With FFmpeg compressor, a lot of bandwidth is saved and it produces videos that can easily be shared on websites. The frame rate is set to 15 fps, and the bitrate is 200 kbps. You can choose to retain or change the dimensions of the video.
MP3 (MPEG 1 Layer 3)codec enables playback of files encoded in the popular MP3 music file format. The frequency is set to 44100 Hz, and the bitrate is 128 Kbps. The Stereo audio channel creates an impression of sound heard from various directions.
SWF is a file format used for multimedia in the Flash environment. It is designed to deliver graphics and animation over the Internet.
Click Formats >> Select Standard Formats >> SWF >> Configure.
By default, the compressor that is selected is Flash Video. The frame rate is set at 15 fps, bitrate at 200 kbps. You can choose to retain or change the dimensions of the video.
The MP3 (MPEG 1 Layer 3) compressed media files play on almost all portable audio players. The frequency is set to 22050 Hz and bitrate is 96 Kbps. SWF files use the Stereo audio channel.
You can enable the option Force high quality video (Large output size) for better quality media files.