Im having a hard time understanding if this is appropriate or not for a crisp outcome on playback..... any thoughts? Thanks Guys.! Briightcove Video Platform For Uploading Encoding Flash Video Guidelines You need to encode your video to Flash Video (FLV) format before uploading it to the Brightcove service. Source Video: Full-Resolution, Uncompressed Video Yields Best Results Determine Whether to Encode for Flash Player 7 or 8 Filter Settings to Improve Encoding Quality Source Video: Full-Resolution, Uncompressed Video Yields Best Results Best source video: Uncompressed QuickTime or AVI files. Mildly compressed video is okay: DV, for example. Video compressed for Web delivery: Quality and data-rate can vary widely. Will yield lower quality results. For any previously compressed video: The same video and audio codec must be installed on the computer used to encode the video to Flash Video format. Determine Whether to Encode for Flash Video 7 or 8 The Brightcove service supports video encoded in the FLV format for Flash Player 7 or 8. Viewer audience considerations: Flash Player 7: Currently has a larger installed user base. Flash Player 8: Provides noticeably higher quality video and improved performance (because of the On2 VP6 video codec). If you encode your video for Flash Video 8: Anyone with Flash Player 7 installed will be prompted to auto-update to Flash Player 8 the first time they try to view a video in your Player. Tool considerations: The Flash Video version you want to encode to may influence your choice of video encoding software. For Flash 8 video: Brightcove recommends On2 Flix Pro 8 (includes the new VP6 Pro codec and supports two-pass encoding). Sorenson Squeeze users: You can purchase the VP6 Pro codec separately to enable two-passing encoding using the VP6 Pro codec within Squeeze. For Flash Video 7 video: Brightcove recommends Sorenson Squeeze, which includes the Sorenson Spark Pro codec. View compression specifications: For Flash 8 video or Flash 7 video.