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In my opinion, for the money, ease of use, and end result, that is the way to go. All three apps use the same underlying code, which is currently behind the current Windows implmentation although we're working with Telestream to close that gap. That said, these are the more esoteric stuff exposed via registry keys - only high-end customers would even notice the difference.

The full list of Flip4Mac products is here: Again I have both Flip4Mac small quick encodes for basic approval and of course the Quicktime extension for viewing in QT player AND a PC for doing those encodes that I want to be the smallest size but the best looking. So to review My clients know that when it really counts I can deliver the best quality clips because of a comprehensive workflow I can also save them money by using a quick solution like Flip4Mac for the less critical review clips.

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That's my story Rich Rubasch Tilt Media Inc. Downloaded the WM Encoder and created my files. It is a little more work, but the files looked great. Andy Edwards. That same code is also being used on the current Windows implementation I assume we're talking about Vista - I get that as well. However, when you say you are working with Telestream to close that gap - I don't understand what you mean. If all three apps AND Windows are using the same underlying code, where is there a gap? Are you saying that the everyday user won't notice a quality difference between Squeeze and Flip4Mac?

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I'm also not sure what you mean when you talk about registry keys. Could you clarify?

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I've been using the full up versions of Squeeze and Episode for a number of years, but even with careful work, I'm not seeing the quality I've seen from others work on Windows PCs. I recall at one point or another seeing a post of yours mentioning using a Mac and a windows encoder. Windows Media Encoder and ProCoder both use the same version of the codec on the system, so you'll get the same quality out of the codec either way.

That said, I think ProCoder has better preprocessing most of the time. Bootcamp or Parallels won't make a quality difference.

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However if you're on a multicore machine, you're better off in Bootcamp, since Parallels only allows a single thread to run in Windows. Bottom line here is that I have several new intel macs, and if I can avoid putting in a dedicated PC for just WMV encoding, that would be great.

But if encoding under windows on a Mac will be no different that using the QT based WMV products - Squeeze and Episode, then I guess I'll just keep plugging along looking for improvements there. It would be interesting to see if one could run WME in "Crossover" though. Nope, it won't run in Crossover, since Crossover hasn't implemented the wmvencod.

Ben sort of clarifies why a true PC workstation is almost a necessity in any complete production studio. Parallels etc do a great job of running most of the PC apps but don't really have a complete implementation of the OS.

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Rich Rubasch Tilt Media. A couple of points: Telestream will be closing the gap, with our help. And it's not that huge a gap right now, especially for the majority of users who don't touch registry keys. If anything, Flip4Mac is easier to use for most consumers - you need registry keys to turn on B-frames on Windows today, for example. Parallels will give the same quality, but not the same performance single it only supports a single core.

Ben, just wondering when VC-1 will be an option for the current crop of windows media encoders out there Just in case that there is any confusion: WMV9 is trademarked by us, while VC-1 is not. Results 1—3 of 3 1. Pros Very simple to use with no experience Cons Limited video file types. Reply to this review Was this review helpful? Pros free to use Cons free to use Summary i don't know what this is or how to use it or why I downloaded it - it sounds useful but there isn't enough info available for novices - what there is exists for people who understand computer-speak Reply to this review Was this review helpful?

Pros you can capture your own screen and convert files Cons the quality can be bad Summary Updated on May 21, it dos what it is supposed to do it is good at converting files Reply to this review Was this review helpful? Please Wait. Add Your Review.

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