Definition - What does Video Encoding mean?
Techopedia explains Video Encoding
Video encoding is therefore simply the process of preparing a video for output, which greatly varies depending on the intent and use. For example, videos meant for DVD have to be in MPEG-2 format, whereas those for Blu-ray use H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, which YouTube also uses currently after it moved from the FLV format.
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