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What compression scheme you use depends on exactly what you're trying to acomplish. You can choose an encoder (codec) and settings for the encoder's compression in the output module. The default is to use lossless compression, which gives excellent quality but with large files.
Deciding what encoder to use partially depends on what you're ging to do with the files next---e.g., play them on a computer, show them on television, use them in the next step of your production pipeline (like an NLE)...
So, what are you trying to accomplish?
BTW, I recommend reading this page to get an idea of how you can plan ahead for your output settings.
thanks for the fast answer, I want to put it on facebook or youtube i have noticed that when i do the fire ball the video goes slow when i am seen it on my adobe.
In what format and all that stuff i have to do it?
( sorry for my eanglish i am mexican xd)
ohh, I find the way, I save it as movie of quick time, is isnt the best but at least it works =D
mmm i dont see the option flv where is it?
Did you follow the link that I provided? That page says this: "You render and export a movie to the FLV or F4V container format using the render queue, just as you do with other formats."
Just choose FLV or F4V as the format in the output module settings.