Relative Frame Rate: Select a percentage of the original video's frame rate.

Bitrate: The bitrate setting defines the video quality of the output. A higher bitrate setting produces better quality, while at the same time resulting in a larger file size. On the other hand, a lower bitrate produces a smaller file size, while the quality is lessened.

Select an option from the list. 128 384 kbit/s is comparable to the quality of a business-oriented videoconferencing system.

Video Motion Estimation: In video, consecutive frames are often quite similar and can be easily compressed. Select the level of precision you want to use in the conversion process from Optimal, which is sufficient in most cases, or Deep, which is a slower method and gives only slightly better quality.

Relative Frame Size: Resizes the original video to the percentage selected.

Noise Reduction: Noise can be many things including snow or graininess. To reduce these effects, select from No Noise Reduction, Light Noise Reduction, or Heavy Noise Reduction.

Enable Smoothing: Smoothing does just that. It minimizes the sharp or square patterns sometimes found in video.