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What A $1.99 Episode Of TV Looks Like

by Ryan j Budke, posted Oct 13th 2005 10:16AM
lost_orientationThere sure is a lot of synergy in the air between TV Squad and our sister (we're really the red-headed step children of the WIN family) sites Engadget and TUAW going on these days. Well, when Steve Jobs talks strange things happen. In a single press conference, Apple and it's new iPod with video capability have probably taken over the market in portable media players, even though their product won't even be out for a week, and many Window's based options have been available for, literally, years. All that said and done, C.K. Sample, III, Apple extraordinaire and sometimes TV Squad poster, has an excellent in-depth review of the quality and feel of an episode of Lost purchased from the iTunes Music Media Store. Hop on over and check it out.

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As far as the quality goes, the default export from Final Cut Pro into the iPod-friendly preset give an MPEG-4 measuring 320x213 running at 29.97 frames per second (NTSC std.) at a bitrate just shy of 700kpbs, at least in what I've done so far.

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