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    Batch Video Compress

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    I hope someone can help. We are having realy problems with staff using flip cameras and downloading the files . That not a problem but as they enccoed in MP4 and are mostly over 1gb in size that meaning we have around 100gb plus on server which is running out of space fast (i give it a couple of month before it full). I'm looking at compress the files as much as we can. I'm looking for the following software to be able to do:

    Compress video and not lose to much quality if possible
    be able to run on schedule
    convert video into same folder and overwrite other file
    ability to search network drive for videos files and compress in batch

    Thanks in advance

    Also really have no money to spend
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    Expression Encoder 4 can do what you ask - there is a batch processing thingy in the SDK although its not something I have ventured into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesfed View Post
    Expression Encoder 4 can do what you ask - there is a batch processing thingy in the SDK although its not something I have ventured into.
    Thanks will try this

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    I've not tried any of the latest versions but this should do what you want TMPGEnc.NET

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserblazer View Post
    I've not tried any of the latest versions but this should do what you want TMPGEnc.NET
    Just tried that not really what i'm looking for, need a program than will scan a drive pick out the videos and compress back into that file

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