February 24th, 2011, 12:44 PM #1
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MSU Lossless Video Codec with Quicktime Pro?
I am in a terrible fix and I hope someone can help me. I don't know technical terms/jargon but I'll try my best to explain it as well as I can..
I am working on a time-lapse film and compiling my images with Quicktime Pro. Each file is extremely big (eg, 1.5gb for 40 seconds) and I am expecting my video to be about 30 minutes long. It will eventually be projected onto a fairly large-ish screen, so I need to maximize on the quality of my video. And since I will eventually have to burn the whole film onto a DVD, file size is a concern for me. I tried exporting a few time-lapse scenes in QT but while the file size shrank dramatically (yay), the image quality left a lot to be desired. The best quality I've had so far was when I exported to a DV format.
Apparently lossless video codecs do exist and I was happy to hear that. I downloaded MSU Lossless Video Codec (it was a self-extracting file) but now I don't know how to use it, where to find it or how to make it appear as one of Quicktime Pro's export options. Can someone please help me, or perhaps recommend a lossless video codec that jives with Quicktime Pro?
ps) I'm running on Windows Vista
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