Learn how to compress video and audio with optimal quality and minimal hassles. Renowned expert Ben Waggoner teaches you to improve the quality of your final content and develop effective workflows. Understand the basic concepts of vision and hearing, apply that knowledge in the context of compression, then move onto practical, applicable information for creating, editing, and compressing the best video and audio, whether you're delivering for the web, DVD, Blu-ray, phones, or beyond. Clear examples of how to make the best choices in real-world projects Covers Mac and Windows products for a complete look at today's compression technologies: all the different tools, codecs, and formats for different kinds of deliverables are described, focusing on how to pick the right options for particular projects, players, and sources Formats Windows Media QuickTime Flash FLV and F4V MPEG-4 and H.264 MPEG-2 Ogg Vorbis and Theora Silverlight and Smooth Streaming Devices iPod and iPhone Zune HD Playstation Portable Playstation 3 Xbox 360 DVD and Blu-rayWindows XP, Vista, or Server 2008: Format SDK 11 Windows XP shipped with Windows Media Player XP, a flavor of WMP 7. However, the almost universally installed Service Pack 2 included WMP 9. ... most recent version for Windows Server 2003 is the Format SDK 9.5 (still better than 9.0), released with Windows Media Player 10. ... The same improvements are included in Expression Encoder 3, and.
|Title||:||Compression for Great Video and Audio|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2013-02-11|