Get Awesome Video Playback on All Devices with Our Improved ‘Encoding’ Technology

At ProProfs our constant endeavor has been to give you the best technology for building and testing knowledge. Today, we have introduced yet another feature in our quiz and training software – video encoding technology, which allows you to upload videos in almost any format and still get awesome video playback across all kinds of devices. Learners can access your videos from iPad, laptop, smartphones, Apple/Windows or Linux machines and many other devices without any effort at your end. We do the magic to make it all happen!

What is video encoding?

Any video uploaded on the web comes in a certain format such as MP4, FLV, WAV etc. The format of a video determines its playback speed as well as its compatibility across devices and web browsers. For example an FLV video requires Flash, MP4 and MOV require Quick Time to successfully load on a web page. Video encoding solves the problem by ensuring that an uploaded video works across majority of platforms and can be accessed from multiple devices.

The benefits of ProProfs video encoding technology

Support for many video formats

Now, you can upload almost any video into our quiz or without having to worry if your learners will be able to access the video or not. We accept video formats such as FLV, MP3, MP4, 3GP, AVI, F4V, M4V, MOV, MPEG, WMV and encode them so that it is accessible across multiple platforms.

Get awesome video playback  

Our video encoding technology easily delivers video content for Flash as well as HTML5. Most browsers today support HTML5. However, our encoding technology also allows your videos to run on Flash. This means that your videos will play across different browsers without requiring any third party plug-ins.

 Mobile devices friendly

 With more and more learners accessing your course from their smartphones, it is critical that all your videos should be compatible with mobile devices. Our encoding technology supports video playback facility on iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, and Blackberry devices and this gives your learners the freedom to watch the videos from their smartphones at any given time.