|Create Date||July 4, 2014|
|Last Updated||April 29, 2015|
Transcoding large video libraries are a time consuming and expensive process.
Maintaining consistency in video quality helps to ensure that storage costs and bandwidth is used efficiently.
It is also important for video administrators to understand the types of devices receiving the video, so that subscribers are getting the most optimal viewing experience.
This audio visual resource white paper discusses the differences in quality in popular video codecs, including the recently ratified H.265 specification.
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