- June 2, 2015 at 7:05 am
As part of my graduation project, I’m trying to develop a (web)tool which should make video encoding a lot easier and faster. It’s actually a follow up to my previous research, in which a lot of participants stated that time is often a limit to quality. After learning some basic PHP skills, I’ve completed the base code and I think I need to share it first, before I continue to develop the tool any further. Let me know what you think and most importantly: don’t be gentle!
You can view the tool here: https://encoding.help
And if you’ve got any spare time, please provide some feedback in this topic or at the feedback form, which can be found on the website.
I know there are some issues regarding 4K encoding advice (didn’t properly implemented a VP9 algorithm yet), but please any feedback is welcome!
I’m sorry for using the word ‘H3lper’, this board won’t allow the use of ‘Helper’ in the topic title.
- June 4, 2015 at 1:51 pm
I’ve implemented improved Vimeo support; V0.21.3:
- Basic account selection limits maximum filesize to 500MB
- Plus to 5120MB (5GB)
- PRO to 20480 (20GB)
- Framerate limited to 30 on all Vimeo accounts.
- Maximum bitrate input.
- Maximum filesize input.
- Help or tooltips at in- and output.
- Deadline unit in hours.
- Firefox removes filename extension at preset download.
- Preset download not stable (PHP Session expiration or something).
Feature requests or general feedback are still welcome!
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