Join Jan Ozer for an in-depth discussion in this video Terms and terminology, part of Learning Adobe Media Encoder (2011).
It's tough to compress your videos effectively, if you don't know the …concepts behind compression and streaming. …Or if you don't have a firm grasp of how to configure your videos. …So, this section contains three videos that helps provide that information. …The first is Streaming Basics, and this provides an overview of concepts like …bandwidth, data rate, compression, what a codec is, it also reviews the key …encoding parameters in the Adobe Media Encoder interface itself. …The second one covers Universal Encoding Parameters like variable bit encoding and …constant bit encoding, and what an I-frame, a B-frame and a P-frame are.…
And these will apply to whatever technologies you ultimately decide to …encode to. And then, the third is called Best …Practices of Streaming Producers, and this provides a bunch of data that shows …what resolution and what data rate a lot of the media publishers, a lot of the …large corporations are using to stream their video. …So, if you're not sure how you want to configure your video, you'll get a look …
- Overview of the encoding workflow
- Setting preferences
- Creating, importing, and working with custom presets
- Streaming basics and best practices
- Producing H.264 for Flash, Silverlight, HTML5, and QuickTime
- Using VP6 and WMV
- Producing for optical disc
- Adaptive streaming
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1. Introduction to the Adobe Media Encoder
2. Introduction to Streaming
3. Producing H.264 for Flash, Silverlight, HTML5, and QuickTime
4. Using Other Codecs
5. Producing for Optical Disc
6. Adaptive Streaming
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