- January 5, 2007 at 12:28 am
I had some questions about the H.264. I know if you DL the free QT 7 it comes with it, but as I now understand that QT7 isn’t compatible with After Effects. Is there anywhere to get just the 264 codec for free? I want to use it to compress some vids for a web site (they would like it compressed with 264). I don’t care too much for the quality and size I’m getting with the standard mpeg4 that comes with Premiere Pro 2 in the media encoder. Any help, thoughts?
- January 5, 2007 at 10:03 pm
If you just want to encode H.264 compatible video, there are a number of options. Assuming you are using a mac, Flip4Mac Episode, Sorenson Squeeze, and even shareware apps like VisualHub can encode H.264. There is also a QT exporter codec called x.264 that I believe works with QT6. As far as playing back H.264 with an app other than QT7, try the latest version of VLC.
- January 7, 2007 at 7:47 pm
Thanks. I’m on a pc though, but I will look into it.
- January 8, 2007 at 8:45 pm
The x264 codec is still a good option on the PC. There are also plenty of other H.264 encoders on the PC as well. If you are looking for a professional H.264 encoder with tons of options, then I would suggest the encoder from MainConcept.
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