If you are preparing a video to play over the internet you may need to make your video smaller, which is known as compressing and/or transcoding. iSquint is a freeware tool for Mac computers used to compress videos into a small size. It is included in the toolkit as it is very easy to use for basic compression. The how-to guide includes other recommended software for video compression, an easy introduction to installing and using iSquint.

This how-to guide is part of Message in-a-box

The Message in-a-box toolkit gives you everything you need to make and distribute your own media. The toolkit covers A Strategy for Making Media, Print, Images, Audio, Internet, Video, and Mobiles. Each section includes information, references, links and inspiring case studies that show how the right tools and tactics can be used to make media with impact. Message in-a-box also provides open source software tools to make our own media and video and text 'how-to' guides that tell you how to do this.

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