Many mp4 codecs, such as the extremely popular x264/h264, are freely available and is supported by all of the major video editing programs. It is even supported in many free programs.
mpeg4 produces 5x or more the quality that mpeg2 produces, with the same file size. There is no reason why you should be using mpeg2.
I know that, it's not a choice for me at the moment because I reinstaled every codec, windows, tested on many programs, but something is wrong with my pc, it just doesn't want to render in mpeg4 or avc. But strangely it plays that file formats well. I don't know what else to do. So anyway, are you saying that the problem is the mpeg2 format? I tought it was supported here.
I am trying to upload the first 3 chapters of Dead Space. The format is 720p 30 standard mpeg 2 from Cyberlink PowerDirector 12. It uploads and after processing is done it doesn't show. Some help would be appreciated because at the moment I can't render in mpeg 4.
GTR 1 and GT Legends and F1 Challenge 99-02 in which I learned simracing. It's an extremely frustrating process to learn race driving in such an unforgiving environment. To this day I cannot drive fast in F1 Challenge without any aids.
To answer your question, no. I see why you might want this to work this way, but I also think it is important that every profile works the same way. Can you suggest something that might solve this?
Well only as a suggestion if you ask. To be honest if all the walkthrough videos have their place in the Video Walkthroughs tab I don't see the point of every video from them appearing in the Videos tab also. I think the Videos tab should be made into a tab just for the standalone videos. Other people may not agree however.