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Thread: How to make 360p MP4 and FLC files?

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    Default How to make 360p MP4 and FLC files?

    I have been asked to produce a 15 second ad for my college to be hosted on a local PBS station web site. The only instructions that I got were "for the video advertisement for our media player live stream, we would appreciate both an FLV and MP4 file, each at 360p."
    My original footage is 720p30, and I am using FCS3. What is meant by 360p? I plan to go to compressor and make the MP4 file, but am not sure of what dimensions, etc that they want. I am not sure how I will make the FLV file.
    As always, any help would be great!

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    360p is 360 pixels wide. 1/2 your video in Compressor. FLV encodes, I would do those in Adobe Media Encoder or Flash but if you're asking you probably don't have those...

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    thanks as always
    since this is my second request for FLV both this week, I guess that I should look into getting Adobe Media Encoder or Flash. I have a feeling that I will need to add that to my skill set. FWIW-My student assistant has suggested as a work around to make FLV -"uploading onto youtube, (which we had to do already) then downloading via keepvid.com" What do you think?

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    I would have mentioned the YouTube route however most encodes I see off of YouTube nowadays are MP4.

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