0 Replies Latest reply on Feb 1, 2010 11:41 AM by BrieEatingSurrenderMonkey

    Problems with Web Video Playback


      Using Flash Media Encoder, I've encoded four 1-2 minute .flv videos, all ranging in size from 2.5 to 5 MBs in size with data rates ranging from 200-400 kbps. I keep running across people who are having problems viewing these. Are these sizes too large for broadband connections?

      Also, with some digging, I'm seeing that what Flash Media Encoder creates are "VP6F" files. Is there something inherently problematic with this file type with regard to play from a web site?

      Thank you in advance for your advice.