shutdown /s /t xxx
shutdown /hybrid /t xxx
shutdown -h time
make it 420 and compress it really good and dont make it to long ...it'll still take time to upload though
Let's just be clear; regardless of which option you choose, smaller resolution equates to a reduction in quality, and anything involving a lot of motion isn't likely to get much compression regardless of which codec you use. The end result is that smaller file size for faster uploads defeats the idea of "good quality...not spend 8 hours uploading" if you've got a slow connection.
The point of having an automatic shut off means you can leave it uploading while you do something else. If you don't have great Internet the uploading becomes a massive hog and limits what you can do. If you can leave it going overnight, and even make it a private video so you can choose when to "upload it", then you don't have to worry about compressing it further.he never asked about shutting off his damn computer. to OP go look up render settings. its all about codecs and bitrates. fuck .avi use mp4 always