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transcode

(trænzˈkəʊd)
vb (tr)
(Computer Science) computing to transfer data from one format to another
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Using the latest server CPU architectures with on-chip graphics media processing acceleration, the combined solution is able to transcode up to 144 HD channels in only 2 rack units (2U) while consuming less than 8W per transcoded service.
Another question to ask is which format is best to start with, along with the corollary regarding what the transcoded end result will look like.
The transcoding server then sends the transcoded media data to the client [30].
The number of streams to be transcoded in parallel is not artificially limited: With CodecCaster 900 HD, up to 9 different streams in full SD resolution can be transcoded in real-time with a single appliance, or even more when using downscaled streams.
To help customers understand how this service can be used with their applications, AWS is providing a free tier of service, in which up to the first 20 minutes of content transcoded each month is provided free of charge.
We produce around 30 shows a week, each of which are transcoded into 10-12 formats and made available worldwide," he tells Streaming Media.
With Instant Play, files are transcoded while the file is being uploaded, and most importantly, content is streamed for playback before the entire file is transcoded.
All entries were submitted to the festival online and transcoded for viewing on computers in the screening rooms and large-screen projection in movie theaters.
This was more apparent with short content durations; as content lengths moved out beyond 5 minutes, though, the majority of solutions were able to use raw computing power to reach a break-even point at which content was then transcoded in real time for almost all of the multiple outputs.
By adding Elemental's accelerated video compression to its media delivery platform, RadiantGrid provides transcoded content reliably and efficiently in a package universally accessible across our network.
Support for mixed statistical multiplex pools of transcoded and encoded services with Harmonic's market-leading DiviTrack[TM] statistical multiplexing