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Nature_Spirit_
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Hi community ! I have a question you might be able to answer. I am allowed to submit video tutorials for buyers in another format than FLV and MOV. My is in AVI H.264 ? Thank you.

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GrizzleFX
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You’re supposed to upload in .MOV I have tried uploading in other formats but was soft rejected for doing so.

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Nature_Spirit_
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You’re supposed to upload in .MOV I have tried uploading in other formats but was soft rejected for doing so.
Thank you ! I will do upload in MOV. Currently, I am on the way to make a new tutorial in MOV format. What kind of software do you use to make tutorial ? I am using Camtasia.But this program does not support MOV.
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Hikari-Pictures
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Hello Spirit.

Im using CamStudio on PC And QuickTime on Mac. (QT has build in great screen recorder)

You are making motion graphics… You can always encode your .avi/mpg file to .mov ;)

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pwhite1
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Appgeeker Video Converter is what i always use to convert avi to mov. heaps of different formats to choose from.

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GhosTeam
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I upload my tutorials to YouTube…this way there is no chance for a problem, and the tutorial doesn’t take up space in the clients computer…

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3Ddym
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First I export my tutorial in to quicktime animation then by using anyvideo converter I convert it to .flv, for 6 min video takes only 45mb capacity.

And the quality is good.

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