Once again forgive me Andy ... I often miss the the questions. I was so consumed with what I wanted to do, that I missed what you were asking.
I saved link as ... and tried your file over the network to my PS3 as I have now been successfully doing with my streamclip conversions, however am sad to say, that your file came up with the following error on my PS3:The Data Type is not supported(800288BC)
Re files sizes ... I don't mind the loss of quality at 100% on streamclip as it really is not that noticeable. My computer specs are pretty good ... or still pretty good.
I'm an Avid PC builder and have built many over many years for friends and family.
Currently I running of an
16GB C8 Gskill DDR3 RipJaws,
OCZ SSD solid state drives,
2XATI Gigabyte OC 7950 2GB cards in crossfire
Silver stone 1200 Watt gold edition power supply
all running of a high end Gigabyte MB
specifically used as the deciding factor for each component selected, with stability in mind
assembled in a silver stone Pro gamers Case
with a host of other cooling, and useful add ons...
Digital Triton Pro 5.1 Headset and all the BluRay bliss
an elite executive space recliner
Latest Razor Keyboard with all the fancy lights, inbuilt display and mouse to go with it.
plus foot rest !!!
I had some insurance money come in, so built two of them ... one for me and one for the kid.
Its a kick ass gaming machine ... that doubles as a powerful number cruncher, since I started with all this multimedia and the arrival of my canon eos 550D
I remember (some time ago) when it took the better part of a day to line up like three DVD/Divx rips with autogordin knot ... Thank God things have moved along since then.
Hope you can work out some of the kinks in that file?
So far, I have been having fun with getting the lowest file size possible for youtube and still having it look good. Its just a shame that our Bandwidth and data allocations are so low in Australia. Since I will be networking most of them to the PS3 large sizes wont matter so much ... However the fun creative stuff I have seen people doing is most likely something I will later want to play with myself ... and this will require a learning curve to squeeze out as much perfection in the smallest amount of bits possible so I can upload more and still keep the eye candy.