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TyrProductions says


Thanks for the replies guys, but what is the actual file size (in MB) that you guys actually get after compression? Let’s say the preview video is 640×360 and 1 minute long.

Do the math:

1,000 kbits/second
1,000 * 60 (seconds) = 60,000 kbits
60,000 / 8 (bits in a byte) = 7500 kbytes
7500 / 1024 (kbytes in a megabyte) = 7.3 mbytes

+1 for math :D

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Thanks for the replies guys, but what is the actual file size (in MB) that you guys actually get after compression? Let’s say the preview video is 640×360 and 1 minute long.

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TyrProductions says

But what if I render it out in .mov format and use an external converter to convert it into .flv format?

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Hi, just want to know what’s the file size that you guys usually upload for your preview videos (assuming 640×360 resolution and 1 minute duration)? I’m trying to find the optimal balance between quality and loading time :D

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TyrProductions says

A clean and simple 3d logo template: http://videohive.net/item/crystal-clear/2692556

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I’d be supportive of raising the prices here if the licensing allowed usage on say 3 of your own (not client) sites, or have a multi-usage license that fits needs of those of us who run several of our own websites.

I agree with you on that. But the thing is that most people don’t buy a new licence for every thing they do. Not everyone is that genuine….
I agree with raising the price, because I’m sure at least more than 50% of the people who buy the templates once use them more than one time. That’s because most of the people who buy from VH are probably small companies/one-person-business. They wouldn’t really care about the license as much as big companies do because they have a significantly smaller budget, etc. There’s no way they can be caught for using it more than once anyway, especially those projects that have a high number of sales.
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TyrProductions says

:)

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TyrProductions says

Congratulations :)

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Ohh.. How many blogs are there for VideoHive @@

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Hi, please drop me an email through my profile :) Thanks

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