05_W2014_PLS21_MovieMaker (1)

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Unformatted text preview: so much they really do not look very good. But a tiny file size can be a real advantage for some things. They are the only ones small enough to attach to an email. A/V Formats – MPEG: MPEG-4 Part 14 is a great sharing format for the internet. It’s small but looks fairly clean. It’s the video format employed by a growing number of camcorders and cameras and it is highly recommended. ● In fact, YouTube recommends using MP4 format. YouTube accepts multiple formats, and then converts them all to .flv or .mp4 for distribution. A/V Format ● Audio only formats: – .aiff / wav: These are both uncompressed, lossless formats, which means it takes about 10MB to save a minute’s worth of music. aiff was developed for Apple’s OSX, and wav for PCs, although both formats are compatible with both operating systems. A/V Formats – Aac/mp3: Apple’s default audio format, AAC is a lossy compression scheme that was developed to replace mp3, but never achieved the prominence that mp3 has with listeners. Some argue that AAC produces the same quality audio at 96 kbits/s as a mp3 does at 128 kbit/s, but with the recent development...
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2014 for the course PLS 21 taught by Professor Lieth during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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