Video conversion is not as difficult as most people think it is. This post describes two different video conversion software packages you can download for free from the internet.
Are you confused by digital video file formats? Don’t be. Here is some quick and easy advice about video file formats. Everything you need to know in order to use online video with confidence.
Do you have a bunch of old videos and audios that you’d like converted onto digital? Wouldn’t it be great if you could have music titles and special effects added too?
Incompatible digital video file formats can be a royal pain in the tush! Discover how to solve the problem with some free conversion software.
However, to fully understand internet video, it pays to know the most common formats. To answer your questions about digital video file formats, I have produced a free, three-minute video tutorial. The video covers all the most common file formats and gives some pros and cons for each.
Flash video carries the .FLV file extension. It plays on the incredibly common Adobe Flash Player. Virtually everyone has the flash player since it is a free download. Flash still delivers lots of video over the Internet but that has gotten cut considerably since tablets, mobile devices and others now run on HTML5.
You often don’t really NEED to know exactly what you’re doing, trial and error gets you to the right place relatively quickly. But if you’re like me, I want to know what’s going on so I don’t waste any time.
Often, a video signal is compressed, then when opened and played, it is decompressed and some of the lost information is restored.
RTSP tackles streaming video content much like HTTP handles standard data transfer. RTSP was designed specifically for video transmission so it’s newer and works quite differently.