Cloud video file transcoding

Any volume as needed - for your video website, VOD service and up to enterprise level broadcaster, media house, IPTV and cable networks.

Smaller video size without losing quality

Transcode your video to create the highest quality video file in the smallest possible size, which will not only ensure faster video loading, but also reduce your storage costs.

Perfect playback on any type of screen

Tet cloud video transcoding can take almost any common file format and automatically transcode it into the required one by allowing files to play back on any end-users device.

Latest formats and codecs

Convert your files into all of the latest formats, codecs and resolutions:
Video: h264 (AVC), h265 (HEVC), MPEG-1/2/4, DV*, DVCPro, JPEG 2000, Apple ProRes, DNxHD, VC-1, VP8, VP9 and many more
Audio: AAC, AC3, DTS, DV audio, FLAC, G.723, G.729, MP1/2/3, Opus, PCM, RealAudio, Speex, Vorbis, WMA and many more
Subtitles: DFXP, TTML, SRT, WebVTT, STL and more

Adjust video stream to the end-users internet speed

Adaptive bitrate streaming will ensure lower latency and allows to stream the video in the size that best suits to the end-users internet speed.

There are more benefits

Transcoding and Streaming
Transcode and stream
integrated player and global cdn for streaming.
Batch transcoding and File ingest
Fully automated workflow
Unattended batch transcoding with optional upload to your streaming system storage.
Large Volume Transcoding
Large volume transcoding
for large back catalogs or regular content batches.
Customer Support from Transcoding and Streaming experts
Customer support service 24/7/365
professional transcoding and streaming experts.
Fast and easy integration
integration over api, content ingest automation and custom tools.

How it works

How Transcoding works

What is transcoding and how it works?

You definitely want to distribute your video content to as many end-users as possible and ensure the best viewing experience,so it is very important to understand that you will never be able to predict a user's device type, location or even data capacity when the end-user is viewing video content. And therefore transcoding options will help you - it can change formats, bitrates or resize video frame to ensure the best content quality to your viewer on any type of device at any time.

Transcoding is the process of converting your video from one file format to multiple and it includes several digital multimedia tasks like transcoding, transrating and transsizing. What do they each mean for themselves? Lets see:

Transcoding at a high level, is taking already-compressed (or encoded) content: decompressing {decoding} it: and then somehow altering and recompressing it. As an example, you might change the audio and/or video format (codec) from one to another, such as converting from an MPEG2 source (commonly used in broadcast television) to H.264 video and AAC audio (the most popular codecs for streaming). Other basic tasks could include adding watermarks, logos, or other graphics to your video.

Transrating refers specifically to changing bitrates, such as taking a 4K video input stream at 13 Mbps and converting it into one or more lower-bitrate streams.

Transsizing refers specifically to resizing the video frame, for example, from a resolution of 3840x2160 (4K UHD) down to 19201080 (1080p) or 1280x720 (720p).

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