On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 9:38 AM, Sage Ross <ragesoss+wikipedia(a)gmail.com> wrote:
It's not too hard now if you're running
Firefox 3.5. Just edit your
video in whatever video software is easiest on your machine (e.g.,
Windows Movie Maker) and save a high quality version in a convenient
format (e.g., AVI, MPEG, other common formats), then go firefogg.org
install the plug-in, click "make ogg", and use the default encoding
If you're feeling especially ambitious, you can add metadata and/or
fiddle with the resolution and bit-rate settings (all through
firefogg). Converting to Commons-ready ogg with firefogg is actually
easier than uploading a file to Commons.
Hmm, sounds like that would make a good extension to Commonist.