RE: acceptable video compression software

Subject: RE: acceptable video compression software
From: "McFerren, Sean" <sean -dot- mcferren -at- et -dot- pge -dot- com>
To: "'TECHWR-L'" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2000 08:56:16 -0600


After experiencing some streaming video problems, we hired a digital media
consultant. The consultant we hired uses MediaCleaner Pro and had only good
things to say about the product. We, however, had already purchased Sonic
Foundry's Stream Anywhere. It has worked just fine.

According to the consultant, the quality of the streamed video or audio
isn't going to vary based on the tool used to create the streaming file. The
quality of the file depends on many other factors.

Sean McFerren
Senior Technical Writer
PG&E Energy Trading
Houston, TX
sean -dot- mcferren -at- et -dot- pge -dot- com

-----Original Message-----
From: Moscrip, Dianne [mailto:Dmoscrip -at- wcb -dot- bc -dot- ca]
Sent: Monday, January 24, 2000 2:44 PM
Subject: acceptable video compression software

We are working on videostreaming and are considering the purchase of
MediaCleanerPro as our compression software. Does anyone have any comments
/ suggestions regarding video compression software? Would you recommend
this software?

Dianne Moscrip
Web Editor, Communications Services WCB
Tel: 604 279-7572, local 3646
Fax: 604 279-7696
E-mail: dmoscrip -at- wcb -dot- bc -dot- ca

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