Muvi Flex comes with encoding and transcoding options through which your uploaded video files will be transcoded to support multiple devices. Once the video file is uploaded, Muvi Flex encodes the same to different resolution versions for slower internet speeds and screen sizes (mobile) automatically. The right video will be delivered automatically depending on network speed and screen size.
Once you upload a video file to the CMS, it will be automatically encoded and transcoded into multiple formats and resolutions. The uploaded video will be converted into all resolutions right from 144p to 4K. After being transcoded, videos will be played for viewers at the best resolution based on their network speed and connectivity.
By creating multiple renditions of your videos in different resolutions, you can optimize the video quality for each viewer. This way, viewers with fast internet connections can play very high-resolution videos while those with slower network connections can access lower-quality videos.
If a video is not encoded, then the video will be played in the original format, which may not be supported on all devices. However, if the video is encoded and available on multiple resolutions, your viewers will be able to stream the video from the device of their choice without any hassles.
You can set up one or more encoding profiles in the CMS and configure everything that needs to be done once a video is uploaded right from the output formats and resolutions to Digital Rights Management (DRM). For each profile, you will be able to configure the output formats such as HLS, MPEG DASH, or both. You can also choose multiple resolution formats, such as 144p, 240p, 360p, 480p, 720p, 1080p, up to 4K, for the video content.