Fair use: The video (II)

I’ve re-uploaded my fair-use video to fix the whopper of a typo that Donna Halper found. Unfortunately, despite the best efforts of Steve Garfield and John Farrell, the quality is the same.

I did apply some custom settings when creating a QuickTime file, and it looked terrific on my MacBook. But YouTube didn’t like the file, playing the audio without any trouble but presenting the video as a series of stills.

4 thoughts on “Fair use: The video (II)

  1. MeTheSheeple

    ffmpeg is your friend. There’s a Mac interface — Xffmpeg or ffmpegX, one of those — that can help.Once you figure out sometimes you want a shortcut (e.g., “-type dvd”) and sometimes you need to force another option (e.g., you don’t want 200k/s video), you can convert pretty much anything to anything else.

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