So I have a 680mb .M2T file. It was encoded in Adobe Media Encoder and I'm not sure about the setting because the film school did the file for me and gave it to me as data DVD. But it's a HD clip. I've been trying to compress it with MPEG-streamclip, but whatever I do the quality is horrible. What settings should I use? I don't want to experiment anymore, because it takes at least an hour to compress it. Any suggestions? Oh and it's juggling video, so there's a lot of movement.
Why compress an already compressed file? M2T is shorthand for an MPEG2 transport stream, which comprises both audio and video.
What do you want to do with it?
I want to upload it on Youtube or Vimeo, but it's 680mb.
So what is stopping you apart from the copyright issue?
The file size is pretty big. But no promlemo anymore. I got it figured out!