05_W2014_PLS21_MovieMaker (1)

Problem is not all avis are created equally and you

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Unformatted text preview: Formats ● Still Images – Raster (pixel based images) ● – Vector (line based images) ● – JPG, TIFF, GIF, PNG, BMP SVG, STL, DWG Most images for video production are raster A/V Formats ● Video Formats – AVI: AVI is windows-based and is virtually universal. Problem is, not all AVI's are created equally and you can still run into compatibility issues. AVI is what’s known as a container format, which means it contains multiple streams of different type data, including a control track and separate video and audio streams. – MOV: the file extension used to identify an Apple Quick Time Movie. .MOV is an extremely common sharing format. It is considered one of the best looking and it does look great but the files sizes are big. A/V Formats – FLV: Flash video is the single most common sharing format on the web today. Almost all the video sharing sites stream video in flash – WMV: Windows Media Video is used for both streaming and downloading content via the Internet. WMV files are tiny. WMV will give you one of the smallest final file sizes. This means they are compressed...
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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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