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Get Help Choosing and Using the Optimal Flash CODEC

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StreamingMedia.com has a 100-page report geared to help streaming media producers with choosing and using the optimal Flash CODEC for Flash video. The report compares all Flash Codecs (VP6, Spark, Wildform) and the Sorenson Squeeze, On2 Flix Pro, Macromedia Flash Video Encoder and AutoDesk Cleaner XL 1.5 video encoding tools to identify which encoding tool/codec produces the best quality video at four encoding configurations (3GPP, 100, 300 and 500 kbps) using a 38-segment test clip containing sections for business, sports, entertainment, animation and pan and zoom content.

The report also evaluates the effectiveness of noise reduction and similar quality enhancement techniques, and explains how to avoid or work around common problems experienced with the Macromedia Flash, Flix Pro and Squeeze encoders.

The report includes 64 comparative screen shots, and buyers can download all video files (39) and still image files (280) used in the analysis, or request a free CD-ROM containing the content. Both the CD-ROM and downloaded files contain a convenient front end guiding the reader through the content. The Flash CODECs report is available for purchase from the StreamingMedia.com website.

Visit StreamingMedia.com to purchase the Report on Flash CODECs 2006 - Choosing and Using the Optimal Flash CODEC

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