Compressing MP4 Files

You want to create MP4 files or you want to further compress MP4 files? Why online?
 
1. MP4 files cannot really be compressed to any decent ratio (if you are talking about zip/rar'ing them)
2. If you want to re-encode MP4 files to make them smaller then HandBrake is the only tool you need.
3. Online? Why bother - see 2. You are not going to find anything decent online.
 
You want to create MP4 files or you want to further compress MP4 files? Why online?
Compress. I do not really want to download anything, because I do this very seldom. Hoping for an online tool?
 
Compress. I do not really want to download anything, because I do this very seldom. Hoping for an online tool?
Upload it to YouTube and then download a lower quality version.

But seriously, download handbrake. Convert the file. Uninstall handbrake.
 
Thanks guys, but after using handbrake it was still too large to comfortable share via the usual channels.
 
Convert it to 3gp.
Why you gotta troll him like that.

In case you're still using Handbrake:

@Candystore x264 (encode: slow) with an RF of 28 drops a high quality 340mb video file to 50mb with OK quality. Drop the RF if you need it to be smaller, but your quality will start to tank. If your video is already severely compressed to begin with, you can continue dropping the RF, but at that point, good luck.

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Why you gotta troll him like that.

In case you're still using Handbrake:

@Candystore x264 (encode: slow) with an RF of 28 drops a high quality 340mb video file to 50mb with OK quality. Drop the RF if you need it to be smaller, but your quality will start to tank. If your video is already severely compressed to begin with, you can continue dropping the RF, but at that point, good luck.

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Isn't .265 better compression than .264?
 
Isn't .265 better compression than .264?
I chose x264 for better compatibility. I'm unsure what device he wants to play it on nor what program he wants to upload it to.
x265 is also much slower to encode (~30fps @900p on my hardware -R5 3600), compared to x264 (~95fps) for a file that's ~20% smaller. 40mb (x265) vs. 50mb (x264)
 
I chose x264 for better compatibility. I'm unsure what device he wants to play it on nor what program he wants to upload it to.
x265 is also much slower to encode (~30fps @900p on my hardware -R5 3600), compared to x264 (~95fps) for a file that's ~20% smaller. 40mb (x265) vs. 50mb (x264)
Good points. Although I've found there are very few devices around that don't support .265 nowadays
 
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