If you want to watch a video on Youtube, you’ll need a video encoder.
That’s because the way the video is being encoded on the web means that the quality is affected by the speed of the internet connection.
There are a number of video encoders out there, from the free YouTube video transcoder to the premium YouTube video encodes.
But for some, the best quality video encoding solution is the Google encoding engine.
It’s built on top of YouTube’s existing YouTube API and comes with built-in support for YouTube, Google’s video-sharing service.
It uses the API to read the video’s metadata, encode it into a format for playback on the internet and then encode the result to YouTube’s server.
The result is an extremely high-quality video.
YouTube uses Google’s audio engine, and it’s capable of making use of the same audio codecs as other web-based audio players, like Adobe Audition and Audacity.
However, for some reasons, Google doesn’t support AAC encodings, which is a bit of a shame.
AAC encoding doesn’t have any restrictions on how the audio is interpreted by YouTube, and you can use any audio codec you like, like the Apple AAC codec or the Microsoft MPEG-2 audio codec.
Google’s YouTube API has a very useful and powerful API to allow you to write custom audio plugins.
It comes with support for more than 30 audio codec families, so it’s really easy to create custom audio files.
Here are some of the most popular audio codec family supported by YouTube: AAC – A4 – 16 bit audio