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    How to shrink movie files?

    Are there any good free programs to easily compress movie files so as one can upload them on places such as facebook and youtube?
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    I had read something in last months APC about this. I left my copy with a mate as he wanted to read the bit about air filers. Has anyone got a copy that could look to see if they can find the name of the software?
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    Try Super C.

    I've used it recently(but on my old WinXp installation) with success.

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    Thanks guys for your input, I will give the program mentioned a go Arthur.

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    Another good free program to try is Handbrake - should be able to do what you want...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave67 View Post
    Another good free program to try is Handbrake - should be able to do what you want...
    Thanks Dave, I will have a look at that as well.

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