For a work project I need to do some small scale video digitizing to prepare some short clips for distribution on the web. I haven't dealt with digital video since about 1995. Best we could do then was 3 minute clips in a 160x120 size, as I recall compressing the little bits of video using cinepack on a Quadra 800 took a good deal of time. Anyhow, I have FC Express, a Canopus ADVC110, and a Power Mac DP 1.67 G4. So a little better then the Premier Quadra 800 combination years back. Anyhow, here's the question. I recognize I am looking for a simple answer for a complex question, but I am hoping I can get some starting points or good references to read. I have about a 5 minute talking head interview on video. I want to get the file in a format to do cross platform distribution on the web. I am planning for the primary audience to have a DSL or Cable modem, but will need to make an option for dial up users. I'd like to 320x240 or if I can get good compression 640x480. What codec would you recommend and and tweaks you'd recommend? If you have some web resources to start with I'd appreciate that too. I don't have much time, about a week or two, so any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks in advance.