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Saved by uncleflo on January 6th, 2019.
HandBrake is a tool for converting video from nearly any format to a selection of modern, widely supported codecs. Built-in Device Presets: Get started with HandBrake in seconds by choosing a profile optimised for your device, or choose a universal profile for standard or high quality conversions. Simple, easy, fast. For those that want more choice, tweak many basic and advanced options to improve your encodes. Supported Input Sources: Handbrake can process most common multimedia files and any DVD or BluRay sources that do not contain any kind of copy protection. License: Most of HandBrake's source code is covered by the GNU General Public License, version 2. A copy of which is included with every release in the COPYING file. Portions are covered under BSD 3 Clause.
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Saved by uncleflo on January 6th, 2019.
Youtube video quality and bitrate… What kind of compression does YouTube use? Every time we post a video on Youtube will ALWAYS recompressed. Youtube DO NOT leaves intact the video posted. YouTube, and a few of the other video services, also automatically deliver different video codecs to different platforms like iOS or Windows. Youtube recommends sending videos with high bitrates but after several tests I have verified that it does not change the quality beyond a certain bitrate, it is more important the quality of the source of acquisition rather than the bitrate. How much does Youtube compress video sent? How much the bitrate is allocated to video based on resolutions, youtube will assign a different bitrate to each resolution, and use 2 types of CODEC (H264 and VP9)
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Saved by uncleflo on February 8th, 2014.
This is the standard ODROID-U3. The ODROID Magazine will give you the full guide for it. http://magazine.odroid.com/. All ODROID-U2 software is fully compatible with ODROID-U3. The Powerful Linux Computer. 1.7GHz Quad-Core processor and 2GByte RAM. 10/100Mbps Ethernet with RJ-45 LAN Jack. 3 x High speed USB2.0 Host ports. Audio codec with headphone jack on board. XUbuntu 13.10 or Android 4.x Operating System. Size : 83 x 48 mm, Weight : 48g including heat sink. Package includes the main board and the heat sink . All technical information and questions on ODROID forum
Saved by uncleflo on May 17th, 2013.
The WebM Project is dedicated to developing a high-quality, open video format for the web that's freely available to everyone. Codec Developers WebM is an open-source software project that anyone may participate in and contribute to. Learn more about our tools and workflow, and how to get started. Video Creators: More and more standard video creation tools support WebM every day. Check here for some specific tools and suggestions. For Images: WebP: WebP is a new image compression format for still images on the web, based on WebM's VP8 codec. Learn more at the WebP project site, or browse the WebP code repositories.
Saved by uncleflo on January 12th, 2011.
FFmpeg is a complete, cross-platform solution to record, convert and stream audio and video. It includes libavcodec - the leading audio/video codec library. See the documentation for a complete feature list and the Changelog for recent changes. FFmpeg is free software licensed under the LGPL or GPL depending on your choice of configuration options. If you use FFmpeg or its constituent libraries, you must adhere to the terms of the license in question. You can find basic compliance information and get licensing help on our license and legal considerations page. Note that if you violate our license terms, we will track you down, list you on our Hall of Shame and eventually sue you. Looking for help? Contact us, but before you report any bugs, read the guidelines that we created for this purpose. Want to participate in the active development of FFmpeg? Keep up with the latest developments by subscribing to both the ffmpeg-devel and ffmpeg-cvslog lists.
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