Video Transcoding

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Definition

Video Transcoding is the process that converts a video file from one format to another, to make videos viewable across different platforms and devices. Tools in this group may use specific output formats, and may be leveraged to deliver a smooth streaming experience regardless of device, resolution, or bandwidth.

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Products

By Adobe
Adobe Prelude CC is a video logging and ingest tool designed for intuitive, efficient media organization and metadata entry. The solution enables users to tag and transcode video footage rapidly and quickly create a rough cut.
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Brightcove Zencoder is a reliable cloud-based service featuring fast transcoding, input file compatibility and output support for all connected devices.
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Dalet AmberFin is a high-quality, scalable transcoding platform with fully integrated ingest, mastering, QC and review functionality, enabling facilities to make great pictures in a scalable, reliable and interoperable way.
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By Intel
Intel Media SDK is a comprehensive API for video processing. Deliver hardware-accelerated video encode, decode, and processing in applications for Windows* and Linux*—digital surveillance, retail, cloud gaming, video conferencing, and more.
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Video Transcoding and Manipulation is a platform that enables marketers to deliver a smooth streaming experience regardless of device, resolution, or bandwidth. Cloudinary dynamically determines, transcodes, and delivers every video in the most effic...
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