Video transcoding, also known as video conversion or video encoding, is the process of converting a video from one file format type to another. This is necessary in order to make the video compatible with various devices or platforms for viewing.
Video transcoding is most commonly used in the following circumstances:
* Original format compression type or file format not supported by target device/platform
* Original format size too large or small for the target device/platform
* Original format type either obsolete or of subpar quality for target device/platform
* Too much data for the target device/platform
Up conversion is the process of converting a lower resolution signal to a higher resolution (i.e. from SD to HD or HD to UHD), thereby increasing the number of pixels and enabling better viewing on higher-resolution screens.
Down conversion is the process of converting an HD-size picture to an SD-size picture using the same frame rate for presentation on lower-resolution TV screens or the Internet. (Also applies to UHD-to-HD conversion).
Cross conversion converts between video signals having similar resolution. For example, converting between the two U.S. HD television standards, 1080/59.94i and 720/59.94P is a cross conversion where the frame size and scan type are changed.
Digitizing video tape content is the process of converting pictures and/or sound into a digital form that can be processed/accessed via computer. This service is provided for content owners with professional videotape content that need to be transcoded to a file format.
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