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bit rate

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(Computer Science) computing the rate of flow of binary digits in a digital data-processing system, usually expressed as the number of bits per second
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quality of video after being encoded at a bitrate and then decoded for playback.
That is, whereas pertitle encoding analyzes your video file before encoding to determine the optimal bitrate ladder, QBR analyzes the stream after encoding but before delivery.
256 implementation from Dejero that is designed to "greatly improve" picture quality in low bitrate environments, especially when combined with real-time adaptive bitrate control and Dejero's auto transport technology.
As part of this rollout, Twitch has increased its bitrate for most streams to 366 megabits.
In DASH, a client estimates current network bandwidth and then determines an appropriate video quality with bitrate matching the estimated bandwidth.
Any impairment will be much more prevalent in 4K video simply because of the much higher bitrate, greater number of pixels, and larger viewing surface as compared to HD video.
The ISP or telco owns the last mile delivery and unless they deliver a constant and robust 15Mbps bitrate that is dedicated to the 4K stream, the quality of experience will be affected.
SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet and its partner, China Mobile, today officially announced their latest 5G high-frequency prototype and demonstrated 10 Gbps+ high bitrate, beam-tracking, and other key 5G technologies.
In most video encoders a bit rate control is employed for satisfying bitrate constraints given by the communication channels.
The MPEG DASH standard for adaptive bitrate HTTP streaming is designed for media delivery to a highly diverse set of target devices, platforms and screens, using existing HTTP infrastructures with the potential to be able to effectively manage varying (mobile) bandwidth.
Or, more precisely, it reduces the bitrate of the video stream to something the TV and Internet infrastructure can handle.