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    Hi,

    I’m looking for a free / paid video compression software (free preferred, paid for any price) for Windows that will compress a video ‘automatically’, or with little human interaction, that will compress a video noticeable quality in video. These are like 2GB or more when they come back at a maximum of 300mb when I upload and re-download off YouTube with no visible video loss. I say ‘automated’ because I know it’s not so much software, but perhaps it’s a software that shows the video side-by-side so you can visibly adjust the quality (the original video

    Software codecs are not that important, and preferrably but not required, WMP. I recently found out about MiniCoder which makes a great job from test videos (making high quality MKV videos with 30 minute long durations at ~ 480p and a crazy low file size of ~ 50MB each). But MiniCoder is far too advanced for me.
    Please help.
    Thanks!

    I did not find the right solution from the Internet.

    References: https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/looking-for-video-compression-software

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    Hi,

    I’m looking for a free / paid video compression software (free preferred, paid for any price) for Windows that will compress a video ‘automatically’, or with little human interaction, that will compress a video noticeable quality in video. These are like 2GB or more when they come back at a maximum of 300mb when I upload and re-download off YouTube with no visible video loss. I say ‘automated’ because I know it’s not so much software, but perhaps it’s a software that shows the video side-by-side so you can visibly adjust the quality (the original video

    Software codecs are not that important, and preferrably but not required, WMP. I recently found out about MiniCoder which makes a great job from test videos (making high quality MKV videos with 30 minute long durations at ~ 480p and a crazy low file size of ~ 50MB each). But MiniCoder is far too advanced for me.
    Please help.
    Thanks!

    I did not find the right solution from the Internet.

    References: https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/looking-for-video-compression-software

    Animated Web Explainer Video

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