WebM settings

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I've been using iskysoft to convert mp4 videos to WebM and it was working great.  I had to update the software this morning and lost my WebM settings for conversion that I got from a page on RiseVision.  I tried to go back to that page and it is gone.  

Does anyone know the specific settings for converting mp4 to WebM?  Here is a screen shot of the new default settings that are NOT working.

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Dane G.

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Posted 3 years ago

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Hi there,

Unfortunately I'm not quite sure what page you are referring to. Was it the 'having trouble with audio/video' article?

If you are converting to .webm, the codec is what matters more than the resolution/frame rate/bit rate although I would keep the file as small as possible so RV can handle the cache. You can be liberal otherwise. 

I hope this helps, otherwise our members will be here to assist.


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Ashley, here is the link to the old page that no longer exists.  It is also referenced in a community discussion from about 2 years ago. http://www.risevision.com/help/users/what-are-gadgets/content/video-types-and-encoding/#chapter6
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Hi Dane.  I found your link in the internet archives.  Please share with us when you figure out the best iskysoft settings for converting mp4 to webm. 

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I find that as long as the codecs are suitable for both audio and video as this has been one of the sources when it comes to troubleshooting video viewer issues.  It would be good to know what the optimum settings are from someone who has done a fair bit of MP4 to WEBM conversions in the past!