Thinking about migrating your in-house video workflow to the cloud? You’re not alone. NBCU did so for the London Olympics and delivered quick results.
Learn how to encode a small group of video files that will let you reach all the major mobile devices, including those from Apple, Google, and Microsoft.
Watch this video to learn everything you need to get started encoding HTML5 video. But don’t say good-bye to Flash just yet; it’s still essential on the desktop.
How good your online videos look depends largely on how they’re encoded. Here are three tips for getting quality results every time.
By using the x264 codec in Apple Compressor, you can create much sharper videos. Read on to learn what the codec is, how to install it, and how to use it.
Covering all the essentials — including codecs, profiles, and levels — this video tutorial helps you prepare your material for Apple’s popular portables.
Look here to learn all you need to know about getting video on Apple devices. It all starts with the H.264 codec.