FFmpeg for Adaptive Bitrate Production

MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 41 lectures (3h 50m) | Size: 1.16 GB

Learn to encode to H.
264, HEVC, and VP9 formats and produce HLS/DASH Output

Use FFmpeg to encode to H.264, HEVC, and VP9 outputs

Create an encoding ladder for HLS and DASH distribution

Install FFmpeg on Windows, Mac, and Linux

Create and run FFmpeg command strings on Windows and Mac platforms

Understand video encoding basics like codecs, container formats, and encoding parameters like resolution, frame rate, and data rate.

Some knowledge of how to create batch files is required

Some familiarity with video-related concepts like formats and resolution is helpful

Some familiarity with compression-related concepts like data rate and codecs is helpful

This course will teach you how to produce high-quality video with H.264, HEVC, and VP9 with FFmpeg and how to create fully packaged HLS and DASH adaptive bitrate output. You’ll become proficient in FFmpeg and will learn the key fundamentals of video compression, encoding, and adaptive bitrate packaging.

The course includes able batch files to accelerate learning and production with PDFs of all lesson files for printing and note-taking.

The course starts with the technology pr that covers the basics of compression and encoding. Then it details how to install FFmpeg on Windows, Mac, and Linux computers and provides an overview of batch operation on those platforms.

The next section covers generic file configuration options you’ll use for all codecs, including lessons on bitrate control, resolution, frame rate, I-, B-, P- and reference-frame settings. These are followed by lessons on H.264 and HLS, including instructions on how to use Bento4 to package for DASH and HLS.

The next sections detail how to encode and package with HEVC and how to encode with VP9. The final section details how to use line continuation characters in your FFmpeg scripts and concludes with a lesson on live encoding with H.264.

Those who need to quickly learn how to encode videos with FFmpeg

Those who want to understand key concepts in video streaming and compression to make better encoding decisions

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