Could you try something like this:
preset: NTSC DV
gives you: frame width: 720
frame height: 480
frame rate: 29.97
filed order: none (progressive)
pixel aspect ratio: standard 4:3 CHANGE TO Square pixel
On output tab : check Deinterlace
makes an MP4
Something like that maybe
I maybe wrong on this, but I thought to stream an MP4 over the internet you had to purchase plug-in software. I chose flash because I was able to find a free flash player.
What frame size do you want to stream? Can you point us to your video?
The things that affect file size the most are:
Frame Size, Frame Rate, Codec (and its video bit rate) (Usually H.264 these days)
If you can reduce the first two, you can lower the bit rate and have a large effect on file size without affecting quality.
did that program load a bunch of codecs onto your machine ?? Did it affect Premiere at all ??
It works indipendent of Premier. It does load an H.246 codec
on your computer. They say it is the fasteat, most efficient codec available.
The feature I like is I can choose to test a variety of recipes for compression and cook individual clips to compare them. It also has a dit rate Bitrate calculator.
The way I use it is I create the video and output it uncompressed as a .dv.
With that much video you do need some serious disc space.
Then compress it using DV Kitchen for uploading on the web or to my idvd authoring.