I have a MPEG1 video+audio file and would like to re-encode it so that it occupies less space on a CDR.
The original MPEG file was approximately 700 MB and I have just finished encoding it with Dr DivX to get the following:
DivX Video: 550 kbps average bitrate
MP3 Audio: 64 kbps average bitrate
Frames Per Second: 29.970
File Size: 320MB
This was made with the default â€˜High Standardâ€™ Profile in DivX Pro (v5.1.1).
I would like to have made it smaller and was wondering if I could do so if I encoded it to OGM or MVK format.
I have the following tools at my disposal (including bundles of patience ):
Video Cleaner (? Converts files to different formats)
And if that wasnâ€™t enough of a job, I need to then be able to zip the end file up so I can send it via the net. Iâ€™ve tried WinRAR and UHARC as compressors but both give me roughly the same end file sizes.
Your help and advice would be appreciated.