OK I have a ~90 Meg MP3, and a 22kb PNG file. The audio plays for 8 hours 30 mins.
OK to me, 90 Meg plus almost nothing = 90 + a little more.
But I understand this is reconfigured from a single image into 3 nearly 3 hour images (I worked this out) and into jullions of frames per second etc…
When I export it as a standard definition NTSC file, which seems to play on everything and every website will play it…but the file is around 900 Meg.
This is just too huge.
Even the old lost file I extracted the audio from wasn’t that big.
I am new to this software, and I would like a little help.
The main issue is retaining the audio quality and keeping the writing in the ONE *.png legible.
Can someone tell me the settings / configuration, to make VERY SMALL file sizes, that up load to Youtube and almost anywhere, without having to worry about conversion issues from obscure file types and compression methods.
Image quality is at 240P is just fine, and so is a smallish image.
Is there any way to get VERY low frame rates - Like I am no expert at this, but 1 frame per second or minute or hour suits me, but the software does not support it.
I just want to make speaker recordings, with the information about the speaker and subject, in the PNG and the audio to go along with it, so people can listen to them.