Video streaming and transcoding

Let the video stream tweak itself according to viewer’s device and bandwidth without any manual effort.


Video transcoding entails the decompression of a previously compressed video format, altering it to meet the requirement of end user and finally compressing the content again in the required format. Further processes may be required such as the alteration of bit-rate and size which can be easily done with the help of a video transcoder.

Video transcoding ensures a sustainable video ecosystem where instead of user compensating with other hardware, the video tweaks itself for the user’s device imparting a smooth video traffic.

This process of a video being tweaked according to the end users requirement is termed as adaptive bitrate streaming (ABS) and is an integral part of be Live.