CONVERTING OBSOLUTE OR OUTDATED FILE FORMATS TO CURRENT MEDIA
Becoming aware of your file requirements is essential to online presence. As file formats evolve with developers moving to new and improved functionality, it is essential to keep upto date on your website and digital media business needs.
MOST COMMONLY USED FORMATS
H.264 or MPEG-4 Part 10, Advanced Video Coding (MPEG-4 AVC) is a block-oriented motion-compensation-based video compression standard. As of 2014 it is one of the most commonly used formats for the recording, compression, and distribution of video content. It supports resolutions up to 4096×2304, including 4K UHD.
- Creating and delivering transcoded video
- Supporting and guidance of video codecs for online viewing
- Helping make your content viewable
At Oxford Duplication Centre we have a full transcoding/encoding sytem whereby we can convert small orders to many 1000's of digital files into the current digital formats you need to keep your websites competitive. This is usually done in cases where a target device does not support the format or has limited storage capacity that mandates a reduced file size, or to convert incompatible or obsolete data to a better-supported or modern format. Video Transcoding, also called video encoding, is the process that converts a video file from one format to another, to make videos viewable across different platforms and devices.
Working with many corporate companies and educational sectors we can batch convert and support you with out of date formats that may become unstable or obsolete. Contact Cheryl on 01865 457000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a competitive quotation.
PROFESSIONAL TRANSCODING SOLUTIONS
Encoding takes raw video source content (RGB, YUV, BGR, etc.) and converts it to a digital format, usually a compressed digital format. Transcoding takes that initial digital format and converts it to some other digital format, and can then convert that other format into yet more digital formats.
You have to make sure that you upload videos in the format that is most appropriate for your site.