The settings we use to process your videos can be found at the Encoding Settings page. In most cases, you won’t have to change anything on this page. Changes you do make will only affect future video uploads.
We allow you to change the bit rate settings for each type of file we make. Lower bit rates load faster for the user and use less bandwidth at the cost of video quality, while higher settings look better, but use more bandwidth. Our defaults in most cases provide a good balance.
Where Do I See Each Version?
- 360p – Used as a baseline for Adaptive Bitrate.
- 480p – Served to the iPhone and is the default for the Flash Player for Progressive and Streaming modes. Used for Adaptive Bitrate.
- 720p – HD version served to the iPad and when the "HD" button is clicked in the Flash Player when in Progressive and Streaming modes. Used for Adaptive Bitrate.
- 1080p – "Full HD" version served only when Adaptive Bitrate is enabled.
- Mobile3GP – A version suitable for “Feature Phone” class devices and older BlackBerry devices (May not work by default on all BlackBerry devices).
- WebM – This version will be served to browsers that don't support the H.264 format for HTML5 Video (Firefox, Opera). Deprecated in June, 2015.
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