This is just the sort of thing I was talking about - there seems to be scads of this sort of software out there - every time I do a search I come up with different ones - but I haven't seen any anecdotal info - just marketing info. I am wondering how the quality is. One site I looked at (not sure if it was a flash solution) the sample video showed a guy talking about the product and the audio was so poorly synced with the video that I couldn't believe that they used that as their sample. Have you used Flix Standard? How is the video quality? -Christy On Mar 30, 2006, at 10:48 PM, Daryl Brown wrote: > I concur with Flash video as the best solution. > In fact with a few of the available encoders, they will generate > the wrapper > (swf movie controller) and the html code right there and then > > to quote http://on2.com/consumer/flixstandard/ > "Put your video on the web in three clicks with Flix Standard! Flix > Standard > encodes virtually every type of video, audio and image file into > Flash, the > most popular media format on the Internet. An amazing value, Flix > Standard > is the perfect entry-level video encoding solution." > > only $39 - that particular encoder is Windows only.