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Step Eleven: Final Compression

Depending on how long your Video is, it maybe necessary to further compress the Video. You should be able to see the file size by looking in your video Folder.

My video is only 15 seconds long so the file size is ok at 6MB. But you can imagine that if is was a few minutes long the file size would become problematic. So further compression would be necessary.



  1. Open your video compression program: Ultra Video To Flash Converter
  2. Click on: Add File
  3. Browse till you find your first film file: Dog-Vodeo_Final_Export_from_Flash.avi (or whatever yours is called)
  4. Select the file and click: Open
  5. The File will appear in the Window of the compression program.

  6. In the Window: Select the File
  7. Click on: Convert
  8. The program will ask you to register and pay a small licence fee. If you wish to please feel free to do so but you don't have to as you are entitled to use the program for single files transfers for free.

  9. When asked to register click: No

  10. Select: No

  11. To clear the file select: Clear List
  12. Close the program:

    Your file is now ready to be uploaded. If you look in your Video Folder you will see the Mpeg file:


         

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