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Aloha Kona Don,
Instead of the limitations of e-mail attachments, I use YouSendIt and it has worked fine. You can totally limit who can get the file, it'll e-mail your client and you can limit both the number of downloads, and the time that the file will be available, plus you can set a download receipt and also password protect the files.
I'm not familiar with the services that Jeff recommended, but coming from him, they must be good ones.
Dude, you'll never get an HD clip under 10 MB that looks any good. Hell, even for SD that's a near impossibility.
Just send them a Blu-ray instead.
Not so fast, Hunt! Those references are from Google. I gave each site a quick once-over and decided that they might fit the poster's needs. So although I appreciate the vote of confidence, in this case I'm just throwing the OP under the bus. It's all on him to decide what site is best.
I'm glad you added the yousendit link. It didn't turn up in my Google search and I know that it's been used by several forum members in the past.
in this case I'm just throwing the OP under the bus.
Now, if Kona Bob was on O`ahu, that would be Da Bus. I think it's Hele-On Bus on Hawai`i (Big Island).
In the case of YouSendIt, I can testify, as a happy subscriber, that it's worth the $, at least for me.
Good luck, Kona Bob,
Thanks for the reply.
Sorry, but I think the reply is not really responding to the 3 parts of the question.
Thanks for your time.
Aloha Wine Snob,
Thanks for the reply, but it didn't really reply to the 3 parts of the question.
Mahalo for y our time.
Thanks for your time in responding x 2.
I must have asked the question wrong because I received replies that only covered using a different email client not about render settings.
so I'll ask the question differently.
I received replies that only covered using a different email client not about render settings.
My first post covers that. You won't get decent looking HD into an email. That's why other methods were suggested.