H.265 vs. H.264: The Reality of Your Options
The case for H.265, like most new video technologies, is compelling: better compression and faster/cheaper delivery over lower bit rates. For any content distributor seeking to distribute content to mobile devices over congested 3G/4G/LTE networks, these traits are highly desirable. However, the reality of real-world options can quickly deflate any optimistic plans. In this session, you learn how H.264 compression and deployment options can be utilized in typical online streaming workflows, and more importantly, if your target audiences can benefit.
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H.265 vs. H.264: The Reality of the Options
The case for H.265, like most new video technologies, is compelling: better compression and faster/cheaper delivery over lower bit rates. However, the reality of real-world options can quickly deflate any optimistic plans.