Encoding.com reaches 50 million encoding milestone
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An expanding client roster and new features promise continued growth
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Encoding.com, the world's largest video processing service and provider of Vid.ly, the universal video URL platform, announced its 50 millionth encoding job.
Encoding.com's secure, cloud-based platform enables ultra-fast and massively scalable video processing as-a-service including transcoding, programmatic editing, closed captioning, DRM packaging, and more. The easy-to-use platform integrates seamlessly with any video workflow, utilizing API, Watch Folder, Web UI and Desktop Uploader integrations. Helping Encoding.com reach the 50 million milestone were customers such as Viacom, AolOn, Scripps and Discovery Communications.
"This milestone, and the accelerated pace at which it was achieved, is proof that video encoding in the cloud is an increasingly popular option for a broad spectrum of companies, ranging from small business to enterprise and across many vertical markets," said Encoding.com president Jeff Malkin. "The Encoding.com benefits of dynamic capacity, flexible pricing and agile development to keep pace with rapid innovation in the video ecosystem far outweigh building and maintaining internal infrastructure for media processing. With 50M jobs from several thousand companies now under our belt, Encoding.com is a mature, highly scalable cloud media processing solution."
Also contributing to the achievement of 50M encodes was the introduction of Vid.ly, Encoding.com's universal video platform that provides an end-to-end solution for preparing, hosting and delivering video across all browsers, mobile devices and set-top boxes. Encoding.com customers can create a Vid.ly URL and embed code using the Company's API or Web UI. When end users play a Vid.ly the Encoding.com platform seamlessly combines storage, transcoding, video player technology, consumer device detection, streaming and analytics for a highly optimized end-user experience.
About Encoding.com Encoding.com, the world's largest cloud video processing service and provider of Vid.ly, the universal video URL platform, powers thousands of companies, including leading brands across media and entertainment, eLearning, retail, telecommunications, lifestyle, and advertising. Blending a flexible SaaS model, using cloud-computing platforms, Encoding.com enables publishers and developers to instantly scale, while eliminating expensive video infrastructure investments. Encoding.com supports all popular web and mobile formats, utilizing its proprietary Encoding Intelligence™ to accelerate processing, reduce errors and optimize video for any device. For ongoing Company updates, please see http://www.encoding.com/blog or follow @encodingdotcom on Twitter.
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