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On this page we’ll try to give you a good understanding of how to achieve this. The main factors that affect file size and quality are: The frame rate of the movie.

Whether it has sound, and how that is encoded. The content of the movie – what you’ve recorded. The codec used to compress the movie.

It’s easy enough to understand how the frame rate, sound and content of the movie affect the file size, so we’ll tackle those first. Figuring the best codec to use can be a bit more involved, so we’ll build up to that. Frame rates The ‘frame rate’ is the number of frames per second displayed by the movie.

Higher frame rates mean smoother movement during playback, but all these frames need to be stored in the AVI file, so it also means bigger files. A frame rate of 10fps or even lower can look fine for a screen recording, and you’ll get your message across ok. If you’re recording moving video or games, you’ll probably want a higher frame rate, though you’ll probably find there’s not much point in going over 25 fps. Sound If your movie was recorded with sound, this sound also needs to be stored in the AVI, and if this movie lasts for a few minutes, sound can add megabytes onto the file.

As ever with this sort of thing, higher quality sound means bigger files. There’s two settings that control the sound quality and the AVI file size: Format and Compression. You should normally keep the ‘Use MP3 compression’ box checked – if you don’t, the AVI file size could grow dramatically. For the Compression Quality setting, its the usual – higher quality means bigger files.

If Sound quality isn’t important to you, try the lowest quality settings for format and compression – this will probably do the job fine. If it is important, you’ll need to play around with these settings to find the best balance of quality and file size for you. Why what you record matters more than how long you record it for..

Here’s something that people can find difficult to understand: That’s because AVI files store only the changes to your screen. Say you record your screen for an hour but just leave the PC alone in this time, with all windows hidden. Nothing much changes on screen if you’ve disabled the screensaver. Any AVI file exported from that recording is going to be pretty small.

On the other hand, if you’re exporting a recording of a screen that has some video being played back, a game or some other animation, the AVI file is probably going to be a number of Mb, even if it lasts only 30 seconds. This is because those videos and animations mean lots of changes happening to the screen, at a fast rate.

All these changes need to be stored in the AVI file, and that means bigger files. But keep on reading – if you know something about codecs, you’ll be better equipped to squeeze these AVI files down to size.

Here’s a reminder of what that codec selection window looks like: It uncompresses the footage back out of the AVI file so it can be displayed by your movie player. There’s a good reason: The Media Player needs to understand how this movie was compressed, so it can uncompress and play it properly.

Obviously it’s a pain for people to download and install a codec first, before viewing your movie, so what can you do? One option is to use a default Windows codec. Here are the default codecs: Microsoft Video 1 Indeo v3, 4, 5 Full frames uncompressed These aren’t the best codecs in town, but they get the job done. Of the above, we’ve found that Microsoft Video 1 often gives the best balance of file size and quality for screen recordings.

Non-default, third-party codecs can give much better results. More on playing AVIs encoded with third-party codecs Just in case you ever get confused on this point: Some movie players, like VLC Player for example, have an in-built understanding of lots of codecs, so they can play back movies encoded with them without needing the codec itself to be installed.

Another option for making good, small movies: WMV If you really need your AVIs to play back on as many PCs as possible, and the default Windows codecs just aren’t cutting it in terms of file size and quality, a better option might be exporting to Windows Media Video format.

There are a few flavours of WMV to try out. The ‘9’ codec gives pretty good results all round, particularly with moving video and animations. The ‘screen’ codec can give terrific results if your movie just contains ‘normal’ applications like MS Word, Outlook etc, but it’s really bad at reproducing photo-type images or subtle shades of colour. You may find that Windows , 98 and ME users have problems if they haven’t updated Windows Media Player, but these PCs should be few and far between these days.

Final advice on codecs and AVI export A lot depends on what you’ve recorded, so as much as we’d love to, there’s no way we can say ‘this is the best codec to use – period’. If you really want the highest quality, smallest AVI movies, you’ll need to try exporting to a few different codecs, and experimenting with their settings to see what happens. And if you can, you should always try and test your AVIs on a PC other than the one used to export it – this can often show up any problems in encoding.

We hope you’ve got a good appreciation of what affects AVI file size and quality, the factors in choosing a codec and some recommendations to fall back on. The rest is down to you!

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Found a bad link? Our users have succeeded in recording large animations that other screen recorders struggled with. WebCam Recording Give your movies the personal touch. Make an appearance with a picture-in-picture webcam recording. Sound Record a commentary at the same time as the screen. It’s easy to record the microphone, PC speakers or other sources. Continuous Recording Ideal for usability testing, monitoring and similar applications, BB FlashBack Express lets you record forever but limit the movie file size.

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