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YouTube Question

YouTube is mangling our mini video podcasts. When YouTube converts our MPEG4 (m4v) files to Flash it appears to be dropping frames. Or maybe it’s just us. Either way, does anyone know how we could upload these files so that the result doesn’t bite? This problem began when we started making MPEG1 video with a Sony DSC-30 still camera. The MPEG1 drops a few frames when converted to Quicktime (via iSquint ‘cause QT Pro can’t do it). The resulting QT video is good enough for iMovie and when we ‘share’ to iPod m4v it’s still relatively intact. It’s when we convert from m4v to Flash at YouTube that we lose a bunch of frames. Any ideas? We have a copy of ReadyMade, How To Make {Almost} Everything or an iPod Gelaskin for the best answer/solution. Please leave your answer/solution in comments.

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