WVU #25 – H.264, High-Definition Video On The Web

Learn How To Make Videos That Make Money


What actually does and does not qualify as high-definition video on the web is the source of much debate.  What’s not debated, however, is the format of choice for high-quality video on the web.  And that format is known as H.264.

But what exactly is H.264 and how can you use it for your web videos?  Well, all this and more is covered in this week’s video tip.

By the way, see the “HD On” button in the top right corner of the video? That means the video is playing in H.264.  Click that button and it will change to “HD Off”.  That means the video will play using the regular, old Flash format.  You can compare the difference in quality between the two.

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