I have a MP4 file with a lengh of 22:44. Here are the details:
width: 720 px height: 404 px data bitrate: 1022 kBit/s overall bitrate: 1182 kBit/s fps: 24 codec: H264 - MPEG4 AVC (part 10) (avc1)
bitrate: 159 kBit/s stereo sample rate: 48 kHz codec: MPEG AAC Audio (mp4a)
I thought I can reduce the current filesize (about 200 MB) by reducing the width and the height (420 x 236). I tried different programs:
Next Video Converter and
Super. The first three didn't worked as expected: Handbrake has a bug by setting the width and the height, the next two doesn't allow the fine setting of the videosize (only presets of width and height).
Super seems to be the best, but I didn't found a setting which reduces the file size. I reduced the width and the height but only got 20 MB less. Now I tried the xth setting and I still get a too high file size. I want to reduce the filesize to 100 MB or less. The ouput format should be
MP4, because I need this for flowplayer.
Which settings of SUPER or which program should I use to reduce the file size? Of course the video should still be viewable.