I just did a smaller 20meg mp4 conversion for now, but I'd rather a good program with more options that doesn't involve upload/download, I want to do the finals from the sources which are many gigs in size.
No idea about converting to ogg. Firefox and Chrome cannot play mp4 files? If they can, just use handbrake and your all set.
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I've been looking for a decent piece of software to convert videos to ogg(and other). I haven't pulled the trigger yet, but "Total Video Converter" looks like it has one of the best feature sets, and it's 50% off in the Mac app store right now.
I hate to say it, but have you tried a Flash video of some sort?
Firefox/Chrome not having H.264 support is pretty pathetic.
not an option. Major web project on my table for a worldwide brand, so I'm doing flash, with html5 video/jquery equivalents.
I think it's lame apple is shoving a royalty video format on the others as well. I would have thought with the drums beating about html5 it would be far easier than this. It seems in the IE world only 9 and up even supports html5 video.
The mountain of code added to support 3 different scenarios is brainless.
So far there is a decent converter tool made by miro to convert to webM. Perhaps adobe should man up and make their web video exporter more useable but I won't hold my breath.