Since the deadline of the APE contest is near I wonder, how to compress my film, that the film is
submitted in enough formats to be readable by Windows, Linux, and Macintosh computers (No .wmv only entries this time!)
I would use RealMedia 9 (with EHQ) and DivX5.1 since I believe both can be played on all major platforms (Win >= 98, MacOS > 9, decent Linux) but I am not sure of that. So what would the users of non Win32 systems suggest?
Dont ask for it, you won’t get DVD quality MPEG2
I think xVid is Linux-friendly – not sure about Mac though. I’ve just started playing around with it and I’m pretty impressed. It doesn’t put a logo in the corner of your picture and it handles stark contrasts (like my OP logo) a lot better than DivX.
RM and DivX is usable on mac.
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