Convert Videos In Streamable Formats


CONVERT VIDEOS IN STREAMABLE FORMAT
Videos are more demands and eye catching now a days by a user of computer both offline and most especially in the Internet. There are lot of the Internet sites that offer a video upload in different categories and movie types. Such as YouTube and Facebook. But this communities of the Internet are very popular Social Media of the Internet and there are thousands and millions of members. But mostly of the members didn't knew that the videos that we uploaded mostly of the Internet can be a source of income via online networks. One of the popular sites that offer with this is the video sharing communities called YouTube. But you need to become first a publisher. Just read my previous post of this blog by clicking this link: YouTube Publisher.

Now as a publisher you need to upload a videos that you own that comply the YouTube Terms and Conditions, Policies and community. In uploading videos you need to convert the videos in most stream formats. Just read this Google Help or click this linkAdvanced encoding settings
Advanced encoding settings

Recommended bitrates, codecs, and resolutions, and more


Container: .mp4

  • No Edit Lists (or you may lose AV sync)
  • moov atom at the front of the file (Fast Start)

Audio Codec: AAC-LC

  • Channels: Stereo or Stereo + 5.1
  • Sample rate 96khz or 48 khz

Video Codec: H.264

  • Progressive scan (no interlacing)
  • High Profile
  • 2 consecutive B frames
  • Closed GOP. GOP of half the frame rate.
  • CABAC
  • Variable bitrate. No bitrate limit required, though we offer recommended bit rates below for reference
  • Color Space: 4.2.0

Frame rates

Frame rates should match the source material. For example, content shot in 24fps should be encoded and uploaded at 24fps. Content recorded at 30fps should be uploaded at 30fps. Content shot in 720p60, should be uploaded at 720p60. Content at 1080i 60, should be deinterlaced, going from 60 interlaced fields per second to 30 progressive frames per second before uploading.

Bitrates

Standard quality uploads
TypeVideo BitrateMono Audio BitrateStereo Audio Bitrate5.1 Audio Bitrate
2160p (4k)35-45 Mbps128 kbps384 kbps512 kbps
1440p (2k)10 Mbps128 kbps384 kbps512 kbps
1080p8,000 kbps128 kbps384 kbps512 kbps
720p5,000 kbps128 kbps384 kbps512 kbps
480p2,500 kbps64 kbps128 kbps196 kbps
360p1,000 kbps64 kbps128 kbps196 kbps
High quality uploads for creators with enterprise quality internet connections
TypeVideo BitrateMono Audio BitrateStereo Audio Bitrate5.1 Audio Bitrate
1080p50,000 kbps128 kbps384 kbps512 kbps
720p30,000 kbps128 kbps384 kbps512 kbps
480p15,000 kbps128 kbps384 kbps512 kbps
360p5,000 kbps128 kbps384 kbps512 kbps

Resolutions

YouTube uses 16:9 aspect ratio players. If you are uploading a non-16:9 file, it will be processed and displayed correctly as well, with pillar boxes (black bars on the left and right) or letter boxes (black bars at the top and bottom) provided by the player. If you want to fit the player perfectly, encode at these resolutions:
  • 2160p: 3840x2160
  • 1440p: 2560x1440
  • 1080p: 1920x1080
  • 720p: 1280x720
  • 480p: 854x480
  • 360p: 640x360
  • 240p: 426x240
The YouTube player automatically adds black bars so that videos are displayed correctly without cropping or stretching, no matter the size of the video or the player.
For example, the player will automatically add pillarboxing to 4:3 videos in the new 16:9 widescreen player size. If the player is re-sized (i.e. when embedded on another website), the same process takes place so that 16:9 videos are letterboxed when the player is sized to 4:3. Similarly, anamorphic videos will be automatically letterboxed when shown in either 16:9 or 4:3 sized players. The player can only do this if the native aspect ratio of the video is maintained.
You can adjust the fit of your video in our player after uploading your video by using formatting tags.
If letter boxing is added to a video before it is uploaded (i.e. in the case of creating a 4:3 video from a 16:9 master), the widescreen player will add pillarbox bars too, resulting in black bars all around the video (window boxing) and a bad viewing experience (see the diagram below). just click this link: Click here to see the diagram
As what describes and explain above, base of my experience in format the .3gp video came in my cellphone. I just use the Any Video Converter (AVC). This video converter answer my problem about my 3gp video for my YouTube Channel CB YouTube Channel . It's formatted according to the correct formats that easily and no time consuming during uploading. That's all see you next publishing. 
Just follow the image above that I posted in this blog, so that you will learn how to use the User Interface of the AVC. 





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About Arnel Cartoneros

Arnel is a Blog creator and writer, A founder and publisher of www.combinebasic.com and www.nuggetro.info. Part time Computer Instructor, Computer And Electronic Technician, And performing job as Biomedical Machine Specialist. I'm an avid fan of social media and very interested in Technical information and innovation.

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