Transcoding is the direct analog-to-analog or digital-to-digital conversion of one encoding to another, such as for movie data files (PAL, SECAM, and NTSC, Etc.) or audio files (MP3, WAV, Etc.). This is usually done in cases where a target device (or workflow) does not support the format or has limited storage capacity that mandates a reduced file size, or to convert incompatible or obsolete data to a better-supported or modern format. In the analog video world, transcoding can be performed just while files are being searched, as well as for presentation.
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    … getting the best video experience. Other new features in version 6.6 of SnapStream include: The use of Twitter’s context and time stamps to match tweets with the moments they are referencing in television shows. The ability to include tags at specific moments of TV shows or clips in order to index them for search. Creation of clip montages…

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