Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of EncodingForStreamingSites


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Aug 16, 2017, 9:31:55 PM (4 months ago)
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slhck
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explicitly mention that libx264 is used in this guide; rewrite note

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  • EncodingForStreamingSites

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    11= Encoding for streaming sites = 
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    3 Such as twitch.tv, ustream.tv, !YouTube Live, and other RTMP(E) streaming providers. Since FFmpeg development is very active it is recommend that you follow a [[CompilationGuide|compilation guide]] to take advantage of bug fixes and new features. 
     3… such as twitch.tv, ustream.tv, !YouTube Live, and other RTMP(E) streaming providers. Since FFmpeg development is very active it is recommend that you follow a [[CompilationGuide|compilation guide]] to take advantage of bug fixes and new features. 
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     5This guide assumes that you will be using the `libx264` encoder, which currently offers the best possible quality at fast encoding speeds. Other encoders may be more efficient, but slower, e.g. `libx265`. Also, H.264 video provides better compatibility with client devices. For more info, please read the [[Encode/H.264|H.264 Encoding Guide]].  
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    7 '''Note:''' Do not blindly run any of these commands. You must customize your `-crf`, `-preset`, `-maxrate`, `-bufsize`, and `-g` as shown in this guide (do not worry – it is not difficult). 
     9'''Note:''' You may have to tweak the commands and settings listed below, e.g. by customizing the `-crf`, `-preset`, `-maxrate`, `-bufsize`, and `-g` options. Make sure you understand what they mean, and visually inspect your output. 
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