HTML5 is becoming a more popular technology all the time. More and more companies are finding a way to incorporate HTML5 programming language with different applications and uses into their websites or companies. A company by the name of Eyepartner has released their own HTML5 encoder called the TikiLIVE Monster Encoder which will be able to convert most videos into either MP4 or Flash, depending on the desires of the user.
This particular encoder allows for transcoding of video for all kinds of HTML5 formats and allows for transcoding long play movie clips easier than ever before. This particular solution will be able to do these things at the touch of a single button. The Monster Encoder offers a white-labeled solution for service providers and this particular Monster Encoder will allow the user to send one file up with multiple transcodes and with multiple bitrates.
The best part about the TikiLIve Monster Encoder is that there is no proprietary equipment needed in the operation of the encoder. The uploading can be done with a camera, a computer or even a webcam. The technology that the Tikilive Monster Encoder has included, especially its ability to work well with HTML5 compatible apps makes this one of the best encoders of its kind on the market.
"Not only is the Monster Encoder easy-to-use and converts all popular formats, but it is also fast and can be used from any location," said Tim Green, CTO of Eyepartner in a recent statement. "Now that the Monster Encoder can be used with HTML5, it is more flexible than ever before."
Among the other features that the Monster Encoder features is a double pass encoder that ensures the highest quality of finished video. The encoder also has not limitation on the file sizes of the video files that can be transcoded. In short, the TikiLive Monster Encoder leverages the best parts of HTML5 when it comes to video encoding as a way to truly become a leader in the market.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman