What is the best format to save WoW videos?

I use FRAPS to record my videos but i don't know what format to save my videos in after i edit them. I'm using the default one but all my videos end up getting blurry once they are uploaded onto youtube. So any suggestions would be appreciated.

3 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    For best video quality, use the following settings:

    mpeg4 or wmv

    30 FPS

    mp3 sound

    640 by 480 resolution

    --For best editing....

    use windows movie maker (included in your windows machine)... it can help you make beautiful slideshow or video clip(e.g. mixing your songs with pictures/video/lyric/etc).... then save it as video file such as wmv file format... finally upload.

    or .. Just get those clips you want , save & convert them, and then mix/match with pix/sound/etc using windows movie maker to create new masterpieces....

    this will help you.... Use 'zillatube'. This is the easiest (and also the fastest) way.

    Zillatube produces mpg/mp3 formats from youtube that are compatible with windows movie maker(or media player), and more.

    It is very easy to download and convert videos. Then edit those converted mp3/mpg videos with windows movie maker... save your file as wmv and then upload.

    It works very well....just google search for "zillatube"


  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No best format.

    But if you what to save space then wmv.

    Also depends if you want to maintain quality etc

    If you want quality then avi/mpeg

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago


    then If u want to get high quality video for youtube,

    U can convert to high quality flv video with E.M. Youtube Video Download Tool.

    At last, upload the flv video to youtube.


    It can Convert flv video to any audio include mp3, wma,wav,ac3,mmf,amr,ogg,aac..., to any video formats include 3gp,avi,wmv, mpg,mpg4,asf,swf,h264,mov,jpg, that can be supported by PSP,iPod,iPhone,Apple TV video,iTune,mp3,mp4,Zune,Cellphone,Digital camera,DV,CD/DVD/VCD/SVCD.

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