SM East Workshop: Encoding H.264 Video for Streaming and Progressive Download
With all the recent talk of H.264 video, I thought I'd let people know that at the Streaming Media East show on Monday May 10th, we have a three hour workshop entitled "Encoding H.264 Video for Streaming and Progressive Download". Led by Jan Ozer, this seminar focuses on producing H.264 video for streaming or progressive download.
It will start with a deep look at key H.264 encoding parameters like B-frames, profiles, and levels, and how to customize encoding parameters for distributing via QuickTime and Flash. After detailing how to operate the H.264-related encoding parameters in tools from Adobe, Apple, Microsoft, Sorenson, and Telestream, it will then provide a brief overview of the respective quality output of these tools. You'll learn how your encoding tool compares in terms of quality and configurability, as well as how to configure your encoding tool for maximum H.264 quality.
You can still register to attend this seminar and using the promo the code of DRF1 will let you attend both a morning and afternoon workshop for only $245.