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If you are interested in learning more about video compression I would recommend Ben Waggoner's book Compression for Great Digital Video .
>...which are the best for the best video quality and lowest file size?
That depends on what the video's intended use is. Can you give some more details?
Assuming that the need to compress is to email of post it on a web site, use the Adobe Media Encoder in the File > Export section of Premiere Pro to export to Windows Media.
Codec: COmpression/DECompression algorithm. It's for reducing file size, as uncompressed audio/video takes a lot of HD space. Generally speaking, if you want to play a compressed video file, you need the same specific codecs as were used to compress it.
Get the latest beta version of GSpot to identify the audio and video codecs in a particular video file: web design company Codec Sniper can identify and remove broken codecs from your system:
Both are free. Good luck.