High Quality Video vs Reducing Bandwidth
Brightcove experts Carl Rutman and Yuriy Reznik discuss the important role our award-winning context-aware encoding and multi-codec switching have in solving this historically difficult problem.
Fast. Reliable. And ready for anything.
Zencoder is the cloud-based video encoding platform for anyone who wants to create and deliver content for audiences around the world. With extremely fast transcoding, industry-leading reliability, unmatched input file compatibility, and output support for all connected devices, Zencoder puts the power of on-demand video in your hands, whether you’re sharing to viewers on their phones, on the web – or in their living rooms.
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More quality for less money.
Our Context Aware Encoding capability, an Emmy® Award winning technology, delivers improved compression and adaptive bitrate streaming. You don’t have to think about it. Your viewers get a flawless performance, and you win with dramatically reduced bandwidth, storage, and encoding costs. Available with annual contract.
Integrate in hours, not weeks.
It’s true — you can start encoding immediately, and seamlessly integrate your application with our fast and scalable encoding platform in a matter of hours. A well-documented API, easy-to-use API request builder, integration libraries, and world-class support streamline your process and provide an elegant and extendable solution.
(H.264, HEVC/H.265, WMV, MPEG-4, MP4, HLS, MPEG-DASH, MSS, VP9 and many more).
FREE TEST JOBS
Test jobs are free with outputs limited to 5 seconds. This allows you to test and integrate without being charged.
TRANSMUXING (SAVE 75%)
Transmuxing existing H.264 files for HLS or MPEG-DASH delivery counts as 1/4 regular minutes.
Audio-only minutes (audio to audio, or video to audio) count as 1/4 regular minutes.
Each SD minute (output frame size under 1280x720) counts as 1 regular minute.
Each HD minute (output frame size of 1280x720 to 2048x1080) counts as 2 regular minutes.
ULTRA HIGH-DEFINITION (UHD)
Each UHD minute (output frame size above 2048x1080 and up to 4096x2160) counts as 4 regular minutes.
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