An Encoding Profile has the information for the encoder about the number of renditions that will be created for a video and audio file in multiple formats such as mp4 (480p, 360p, 240p), HLS, Smooth Streaming, mp3 (128p, 256p), etc. VIDIZMO allows you to define encoding profiles against any transcoder of your choice. These are primarily the output format profiles for any media file.


To learn more about Encoding Profiles, see: Understanding Encoding in VIDIZMO.


Steps


Administrators and Managers are allowed to add an Encoding Profile.


1. From the Portal's Homepage

i. Click on the navigation menu on the top left of your screen.

ii. Expand Admin tab.

iii Click on Control Panel.





2. From the Manage Portal navigation pane in Control Panel:

i. Expand Encoding tab

ii. Select Encoding Profiles

iii. Click on Add Encoding Profile.




3. From Add Encoding Profile pop-up screen. For the sake of demonstration, the screen represents an Encoding Profile for IPhone Streaming.

i. Enter the name of the Encoding Profile that is being configured

ii. Here, you will define the Encoding Profile with the format tags that allow you to edit different parameters of the Encoding Profile such as size, bitrates, video_codec, audio_codec, audio_bitrate. Copy the HTML code as shown, for streaming on IPhone.

iii. Choose Video as the Content Type that you wish to encode using this Profile. The options include All, Video, Audio, Image, Document, Caption, Form, Misc, SCORM.

iv. Enter Size of the content i.e. width x height.

v. Enter Bit Rate that the content should have after encoding.

vi. Enter the format of the Output after encoding content.

vii. Enable the option Set to Default to set this Encoding Profile as default, for handling most common use-cases.

viii. Click Save button.






4. From the Encoding Profiles screen, you can view the newly added profile at the end:

i. Click on the toggle button next to it to enable the Encoding Profile.




5. A notification will appear briefly stating: Encoding Status Changed Successfully.


Roles and Permissions

  • Administrators and Managers are allowed to add an Encoding Profile.