iBase Trinity - digital asset management and multimedia online library
24. Working with videos
Whether you're using cloud digital asset management or an internal network configuration, videos and the associated technical video metadata can be uploaded and viewed via your web browser.
During the upload process the original video file is stored, but a streaming version is also created by converting the original to both Flash and HTML5 formats. If a web browser is detected that supports HTML5 then iBase Trinity will try to stream this version first. However, if the web browser doesn't support HTML5 then iBase Trinity will automatically fall back and try to stream the Flash version. This ensures that our digital content management systems can rapidly stream the highest quality video to as many web browsers as possible.
Other video settings such as video bitrate and video resolution can also be very easily configured using the browser interface - 1080p High Definition (HD) video is supported.
If for example, your goal is setting up a Digital Brand Management system then it's straightforward to upload MP4 files which would be converted during upload according to the bitrate and resolution settings that you specify.