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comment creating a lossless mp4 screencast
Seems like maybe a high bitrate would be a good alternative. Of course the OP has long since dealt with this problem one way or another by now.
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comment FPS for the internet
P.S. If you don't have Adobe Media Encoder and aren't afraid of the command line, let me know - I can post info on how to accomplish good encoding for the web using ffmpeg.
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comment FPS for the internet
Yes, I personally have gotten the best results by keeping the online video in the same frame rate as the original. Instead of trying to tweak the FPS, focus instead on bitrate. Adobe Media Encoder is great for this as it lets you easily specify a variable bitrate, which usually best (exceptions include when you're broadcasting the video from a true streaming server rather than a regular web server).