Video Encoding

Video encoding is the process of converting digital video data from one format to another, typically for the purposes of storing, transmitting, or streaming the video. Video encoding involves compressing the video data to reduce its size, and often involves the use of codecs, which are algorithms that are specifically designed to encode and decode video data. Encoding video can be a complex and computationally intensive process, and the quality and efficiency of the encoded video can depend on a variety of factors, such as the resolution and frame rate of the original video, the bit rate of the encoded video, and the codecs and other technologies that are used for the encoding. Encoded video is often stored in a container format, such as MP4 or MKV, which can include the encoded video data, as well as metadata and other information.

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