H.264 Hi Def HD Encoder


Compress your Camcorder H.264 Hi Def Videos with the FREE FLV Hosting Desktop Encoder

 


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H.264 Encoder by FLV Hosting Compress your Hi Def Files into much
smaller versions while maintaining quality

The demo shows an HD video originally at 142 megs – after compression
its only 28megs – yet quality is maintained, thus making streaming to
low end broadband users much easier, and also saving bandwidth costs for
hosting.

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and get compressing

 

H.264 Encoder Hi Definition HD Compressor Converter

Supported files include

AVI – MPEG MPEG-1 (VCD) MPEG-2 (SVCD.DVD) MPEG-4 (XviD, MP4, 3GPP) MPEG-4 V3 ISO MPEG-4 V1 – Cinepak Codec by Radius, Cinepak by Supermac – Intel Indeo(R) Video R3.2 – DivX 5 to FLV Windows Media Video , ASF WMV 7, WMV 8, WMV 9, 10 – Quicktime to MP4 H.264

Output file format: MP4

 

 

 
Be sure to check the Minimum Requirements for HD Streaming

 

 

H.264 Hi Def streaming is here. It is recommended to compress your video files for easier streaming, especially in cases of hardware configurations as described below. HI Def on the internet is still in it’s infancy, but is becoming more accessible as connection speeds improve, and encoding becomes more rounded

 

If you want to view HD and Hi Def H.264 videos in flash or
Quicktime, better be prepared for hardware upgrades.

If serving videos to clients, be sure to warn them what they need to view
properly

In some cases at least 1 GIG of ram is needed

So yes HD is coming, but like all new things to the market, there is a catch up
learning curve along with usability

Recommended Hardware Configurations for H.264 High Definition (HD) Playback

To play high definition video, a large amount of data must be processed by your
computer. A powerful system will deliver the best playback experience.

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QuickTime 7 System Requirements

QuickTime 7 for Mac OS X:

400 MHz Power PC G3 or faster Macintosh computer

At least 128MB of RAM

Mac OS X v10.3.9, v10.4.9 or later

QuickTime 7 for Windows:

Pentium processor-base PC or compatible computer

At least 128MB of RAM

Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Vista

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For 852×480 (480p) video at 24 frames per second:

QuickTime 7 for Mac OS X:

1.25 GHz PowerMac G4 or faster Macintosh computer

At least 128MB of RAM

64MB or greater video card

QuickTime 7 for Windows:

2.0 GHz Intel Pentium 4 or faster processor

At least 512MB of RAM

64MB or greater video card

Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Vista

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For 1280×720 (720p) video at 24-30 frames per second:

QuickTime 7 for Mac OS X:

1.8 GHz PowerMac G5 or faster Macintosh computer; 1.83 GHz Intel Core Duo or
faster

At least 256MB of RAM

64 MB or greater video card

QuickTime 7 for Windows:

2.8 GHz Pentium 4 or faster processor

At least 512MB of RAM

64MB or greater video card

Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Vista

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For 1920×1080 (1080p) video at 24 frames per second:

QuickTime 7 for Mac OS X:

Dual 2.0 GHz PowerMac G5 or faster Macintosh computer; 2.0 GHz Intel Core Duo or
faster

At least 512MB of RAM

128MB or greater video card

QuickTime 7 for Windows:

3.0 Ghz Intel Pentium D (dual-core) or faster processor

At least 1GB of RAM

64MB or greater video card

Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Vista

and thats just the hardware

Dont forget the internet connection too

Some lower speed DSL “cheap” will just flat out not be enough to stream HD
without choppiness or stutter

What are the minimum requirements for H.264 video streaming?

A) A high-speed Internet connection with at least 700 Kbps and up. 5mbps is
ideal.

Also, it is important that this Internet connection is not shared unless you
have higher connectivity speeds.

For example, if you share a DSL line in your press box and a couple of
photographers begin transmitting photos, that could cause buffering or network
congestion with the video. You can get a good idea of how fast your connection
is by plugging into the network you’ll be using and visiting
http://www.testmy.net

Your IT department can also tell you if your network meets these requirements

You can generally use wired OR wireless connections, but again, be aware of the
speed .

Stay tuned for further notes on H.264

FLV Hosting Servers are capable of streaming H.264
compiled videos.