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This series is a collection of 1080p H264 videos encoded at several different settings and bitrates. The videos were encoded with the premier version of lightworks. Also included with this set is the original raw video file used to encode the video; this raw material is not the same as the video you will see on YouTube or Vimeo, as it has not been adjusted or re-encoded.
The first image, from 1080p full HD, is of the original raw material. Generally, videos encoded using H.264 can be decoded using any H.264 compatible decoder. This is true even if it was encoded using a program which is not what you were expecting.
The next video is more what you would expect to see direct from YouTube or Vimeo. Note how the details, especially fine texture, are missing. This is due to the compression algorithm YouTube and Vimeo use, which introduces some roughness and compression artifacts.
Most of it you can see right away, there is a visible quality decline. That being said, the reduced video quality to a reasonable point for download speeds is still very usable, even for watching on a smart TV or without a computer.
Mixing quality with bitrate can very quickly get out of hand. If you try to increase just one of these parameters, the quality will begin to fall back below the point of practical use, and the bitrate begins to push up your bandwidth bill. For this reason, we can't guarantee the usefulness of this set in terms of being immediately available on other platforms, such as Netflix or Hulu, where you need to decide exactly what bitrate to use to reach within a given bandwidth and time frame.
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