Nowadays, many modern digital cameras, DVs or drones take UHD footage in QuickTime Movie format the very large file size. If you don't really have a clue about how to compress QuickTime videos without obviously quality loss, this guide will be able to shed some light on the matter.
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You may have ever experienced that quite a lot of QuickTime videos are downloaded, recorded, or produced in a large file size, which are inconvenient in some cases, such as transferring, uploading, storing, etc. Apparently, a topic that cannot be avoided is how to resize QuickTime videos and make them smaller. In view of this, a beginner-friendly QuickTime video compressor will be introduced to make the compression task extremely simple. Read on!
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General people are hampered by lack of video editing skills and improper operation. They are always concerned with the outcome, not the process, and that includes me, of course, lol! I realized it's no big deal until I found this WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro, an intuitive and self-explanatory program for video editing novices. Not only does it compress QuickTime movie files, but also excels in video conversion, screen recording, online video/music downloading and other practical features.
Install and launchInstall and launch HD Video Converter Factory Pro, go to the "Converter" option. Click "Add Files" button to add your large-sized QuickTime videos from your local drive, or just conduct a drag-and-drop action. And all QuickTime videos will be successively added to the main interface after a short while.
Press the "Format" image on the right side to expand 500+ optimized presets. Head over to "Video" category and select "H265 for MP4", "H265 for MKV" or "VP9", which offers up to 50% better data compression at the same level of video quality than the predecessors H.264 and VP8.
Select a preferred output format, open "Parameter settings" window to reduce the video bit rates or change CBR to VBR, which will reduce QuickTime file size at the expense of sacrificing the video quality.
Select a preferred output format, then click on "Batch compression" icon on the bottom of the program to activate the feature. Once the icon becomes orange, move the slider to the right side to increase the compression ratio to batch compress QuickTime videos.
Note: This way is equivalent to decreasing video bit rates for sacrificing video quality. You have to keep the balance between the video quality and file size.
Select a preferred output format, then you can move the slider along the "Quick setting" bar underneath the Format Profile section to downscale video resolution from 8K to 4K, 4K to 2K, 4K to 1080p or 1080p to 720p. Alternatively, you can also open "Parameter settings" window to change video resolution to make QuickTime videos smaller.
Note: You have to know that resolution doesn't determine the video quality. But a video with higher resolution generally has a better quality, because cameras always record video at a higher bit rate for the larger resolution.
If the QuickTime videos are shot in 60fps or higher, after you choose a desired export format, open "Parameter settings" window and change the frame rate to 24fps or 30fps, which can also reduce size of QuickTime video to a large extent.
Choose a desired export format, then click "Scissors" icon on the editing toolbar to open "Trim" windows. Move the two sliders to select the desired video segment, or input start time and end time for fine-tuning, then click Trim button. You're allowed to split QuickTime file into multiple parts. If needed, you can also merge multiple video segments together later.
Once you choose any method, specify an output folder on the bottom. Finally, hit "Run" button to start to compress QuickTime movies at a fully hardware-accelerated speed.
Pretty simple, isn't it? It may overturn your conventional view. No complicated operations and dazzling interface, only a few mouse-clicks and the QuickTime video compression will be perfectly done.
And also, if you have any better and simpler way to compress QuickTime videos, please let me know.