In my experience, H.264 is the best compressed quality you can get. (Don't use the QuickTime wrapper, though.) So once you have that set to the quality you need, you just won't get the file any smaller without reducing the quality.
Ok thanks a lot guys. I will stick with the H246.
I'll watch the video as soon as I get home.
But what is it with the QuickTime wrapper ?
Should I use AVI ?
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No sir. Just choose H.264 from the Export Settings drop-down., then choose a settings preset.
You're the man !
Got it at a very good quality, only 180 MB ; the difference is incredible.
Thanks a lot, and thanks for the video