One of the things we pride ourselves on at TripleWide Media is making sure that we provide every piece of media in the best codec possible. Our team spends a lot of time in Apple Compressor working out kinks so that your media is delivered in the most flexible codec for any presentation software. So we thought it would be fun to expose our secrets and share what we think the best video codec for presentation software is:
The answer isn’t as simple as you may think.
One of the things we’ve learned about presentation software over the past few years is that there are features that allow you to modify specific properties of the media once inside the presentation platform. These features include color, speed, texture, blur, saturation and brightness. When you begin to modify the characteristics of a piece of media, you leverage the power of your video card.
By changing these characteristics, your computer has to perform, in real-time, a mathematical formula on the key frames (or pixels to keep it simple) of your video file. So the first thing you want to take a look at is:
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