Posts tagged ‘encoding’

Encoding mobile streaming video and audio for Blackberry

September 29, 2015 2:26 pm

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This article provides information on transcoding audio and video files into a format that can be played on a BlackBerry smartphone.

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iOS video format criteria for Apple app store approval

January 12, 2015 12:25 pm

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Here are the main considerations for encoding video for your iOS app, or your video is being used in an iOS / iTunes app that you would like to have available in the iTunes store:

If your app delivers video over cellular networks, and the video exceeds either 10 minutes duration or 5 MB of data in a five minute period, you are required to use HTTP Live Streaming. (Progressive download may be used for smaller clips.)

If your app uses HTTP Live Streaming over cellular networks, you are required to provide at least one stream at 64 Kbps or lower bandwidth (the low-bandwidth stream may be audio-only or audio with a still image).

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How to Encode Content for Every Screen

October 27, 2014 7:15 am

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  How to Encode Content for Every Screen   Getting encoding right every time with no local processing or workstation down time through GravityLab   The Cloud Vs....

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Apple updates their HLS recommendations and best practices for encoding and serving HTTP Live streaming video for the iPhone and iPad

April 5, 2014 9:45 pm

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  It’s been a long time since Apple has updated their document ‘Best Practices for Creating and Deploying HTTP Live Streaming Media for the iPhone and iPad‘  ...

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HLS: HTTP adaptive bit rate and iOS streaming video

December 7, 2013 8:45 am

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    [vc_col_top_icon title=”Apple Dev’s best practices for iOS video encoding screen resolutions” icon=”mobile” url_target=”_self” title_color=”#919191″ title_hovercolor=”#a0c4f1″ icon_color=”#ffffff” icon_bgcolor=”#000000″ url_value=”http://gravlab.com/iphone.html”]   Table 1 H.264: Quick and dirty guidelines...

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What is the difference between Baseline, Main and High h264 mpeg4 / mp4 profiles?

November 7, 2013 8:18 pm

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  So what is the difference between using baseline, main or high profiles when encoding video?   I did a little video transcoding to find out with my own eyes....

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what does the x264 tuning settings do?

September 15, 2013 7:00 am

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film: meant for normal film material encoded at a decent datarate (lowers the inloop-deblocking and tweaks the psychovisual settings slightly) animation: cartoon like material with large flat areas...

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javascript redirect for iOS, Blackberry, Android and Modern Browsers

September 5, 2013 6:31 am

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  Different phones and tablets, Android, PCs, Kindle, Blackberry, etc need different video formats encoded for optimized playback. That’s a given.   How can you easily redirect for...

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How can I deliver my video to all major video platforms without a lot of complex encoding? Gravitylab deploys a single video player that reaches iOS, Android, and Blackberry

December 19, 2012 10:08 am

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Streaming video encoding can be challenging. Why get bogged down in video encoding quicksand? We’re posting some streaming video hosting and encoding insights because video content publishers are...

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