video size and encoding for very large amount of videos


    Mar 28 2006 | 3:33 pm
    Hello,
    I'd like to run from 30 to 60 videos at the same time and i guess i'm
    going to have problems.
    Witch computer configuration will be able to handle this (mac or pc, no
    matter) ? What about the Video card ? Will a simple PowerBook be
    efficient enough ?
    I would like to save the most quality i can, but i still want my system
    to be smooth & stable. Does the size of the files (in bytes) matter ?
    Does the size of the file (resolution) matters ? Does the size of the
    jit.window matters too ?
    thanks in advance
    best regards
    f.e

    • Mar 28 2006 | 3:56 pm
      Sorry, but for what possible reason are you going to be running 30-60
      videos at the same time?
      That said, without further information about size, framerate, codec,
      etc., there's very little to say, except that, yes, bytesize,
      resolution, relationship between window/native resolution of the movie,
      codec type, codec quality, etc. etc. etc. are all factors which will
      become important. But your question is too vague to answer specifically.
      jb