Posted at 12:24h
I was going to dazzle you all with a post about the exiting realm of Digital Asset Management (Oooh! Ahhh!), but I thought I would stick with the encoding kick I've been on recently.
Encoding solutions are much like interns: you have no idea what they are fully capable of, you have no idea how well they can multi-task, and there sure as hell there are a lot of ‘em.
Thus, we need to develop some baselines with which to judge perspective candidates. There are several yardsticks with which to measure these by. But which ones? Features? Speed? Cost?