Video compression is something of a black box for many people. If you ask most folks, they’ll probably tell you that videos are compressed using math on the ones and zeroes of the video file. And while that glib answer is basically correct, it’s much more interesting than that. Let’s check out how video compression […]
Video conversion is a process used when transition between different container formats and codecs. Video codecs are the encoding algorithms for video and audio streams. Video codecs have the power to convert the video stream, but they require different audio codecs to encode sound. This means your video codec requires a kind of digital box; […]
Incorporated in Mac OS X 10.7 and later versions are media encoding capabilities that let you encode and convert video and audio files to a format of your choice on your Mac via the Finder window.
While the DVD might not be the popular format it once was, plenty of users still have them and employ them. But unless you want to throw all your DVDs in the trash, you need a way to preserve your DVD-based content for the future. To accomplish that, you’ll need to get it on to […]