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Encoding Tutorials

[BETA] How to use Pre-warmed Encoder Pools

BETA Feature - Learn how to further improve your total turnaround times by defining a pool of pre-warmed encoding resources for your workflow.


Using Bitmovin Cloud Connect with Azure

In-depth tutorial for running the Bitmovin Encoder using instances in your own Azure account.


Using Bitmovin Cloud Connect with GCP

In-depth tutorial for running the Bitmovin Encoder using instances in your own GCP account.


Using Bitmovin Cloud Connect with AWS

In-depth tutorial for running the Bitmovin Encoder using instances in your own AWS account.


How to create an S3 Encoding Input or Output with the Bitmovin API

You can easily create and configure S3 buckets for use as Input and/or Output for your encoding needs. This tutorial focuses on the simplest mechanism to do so.


VP9 Presets

Quick overview about all available VP9 Preset Configurations that can be used as a default settings template to optimize your VP9 Codec Configurations for specific LIVE or VOD use-cases targeting for Quality, or Low Latency


H265 Presets

Quick overview about all available H265 Preset Configurations that can be used as a default settings template to optimize your H265 Codec Configurations for specific LIVE or VOD use-cases targeting for Quality, or Low Latency


How to Protect Your Content with Bitmovin and Vualto DRM

Learn how to encode and encrypt your content while preparing it for playback on all market relevant devices using Vualto to manage the main DRM platforms: Widevine, PlayReady and FairPlay.


How to use re-transfer to retry transfer errors of successful encoding jobs

Using the re-transfer feature, you can restart the transfer of a finished encoding to your storage without re-encoding the content. This will save costs as the processing is only done once, even if your storage can't be reached at times.


How to adapt automatically to different source files with stream conditions

With stream conditions, you can enhance your encoding scripts to make them work even when the source files are not all exactly the same. Whether they have different source resolutions, frame rates, audio layouts or other variations in their spec, your workflow can still generate the intended output

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