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Chapter 19. Movies on CD-ROM and Kiosk > Compression Choices for Kiosk

Compression Choices for Kiosk

Because kiosks usually consist of a single computer using media that reside on the local hard disk, your movies’ data rates are of even less concern than they are with CD-ROM. Hard disks can transfer data at multiple megabytes per second, but you don’t necessarily want to create movies with data rates this high (at least not without first testing them on your kiosk system).

If you don’t want to spend much money, you can use any old computer and use one of the standard video compressors included with QuickTime. Read the preceding sections for general guidance on the compression dialog boxes, but assume that you can go for the high range of the settings.


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