Output video qualities that can be selected are:
By default, audio files use a 128K profile for the high quality version and a 44K profile for the low quality transcoding.
You can uncheck the box for a output profile, such as low-quality versions of HD input files, so that this version of the clip is not produced during the encoding process. This saves disk space and encoding time.
The Screen Capture quality options are used for setting the encoding qualities of files that are encoded from the MEDIALecture screen capture application.
- Best Quality — When using MEDIALecture, encoding of the screen recording is done on the fly on the client machine running the application. The best quality version is therefore passed through to MEDIAL, meaning that no additional transcoding is necessary. The best quality version of the file is available in MEDIAL immediately after it has been ingested.
- Other Qualities — The other qualities are configured in the same way as for video on demand. Use the drop-down boxes to select a different quality for a version of the encoding. Uncheck a check box to specify that a particular output profile is not encoded.
MEDIALecture is licensed separately from MEDIAL. If you are interested in learning more about MEDIALecture, please contact your regional Sales representative.
The lists below covers the media input formats that can be uploaded to MEDIAL for conversion:
- DiVX (3.11, 5, 6+)
- Indeo Codecs
- Intel Indeo / iTU
- MS MP4
- Techsmith Screen
- MPEG 4 Part 2
- MOV (Apple LossLess audio is not supported for any MOV files.)
- MPEG 4 Part 2
- Sorenson (including Animation)
- DV PAL/NTSC
- DVCPro PAL/NTSC
- MPEG 1
- MPEG 2
- WMV (DRM is not supported for any Windows Media files.)
- Windows Media v7+
- Windows Media Screen
- Windows Media Uncompressed
- Windows Media Audio v7+