Check out my Web 2.0 Flash Vid

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    I can't really read any of the stuff on the page. I can but its really hard, I understand you cant show the whole app if you zoom or anything though
     
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    I could do a 1024 x 768 flash vid, or something more like that... Most everyone has at least that resolution now, yeah?
     
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    yeah 1024x768 is pretty standard now. That's what I'm rockin :coold:
     
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    You mean your total screen resolution is 1024 x 768?
     
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    Ack comeon, how about something at least a little bit liberal like Xvid or OGG Theora?

    Converting to QuickTime (from Flash) to me seems like a wasted effort - who'll be able to see that who couldn't already see the Flash movie? No GNU/Linux or FreeBSD users, nope. Nobody who's sick of Adobe and Apple (and Microsoft for that matter - those bastards have taken the porn industry :@) pissing all over the world wide web either. Are there really OS X users who for don't use or are opposed to Adobe's Flash player?
     
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    MPG exports are fucking HUGE whenever I do em. The MOV isn't too big, and it is higher quality. ;)

    The capture was originally a MOV, and the rest can be anything, its from after effects.
     
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    I should add that... not a single one of my customers, not ANY of them, will be BSD/GNU/Linux guys. So... yeah. I don't even like to talk about the fact that we use Solaris. That scares people. I just say its completely web managable.
     

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