It’s important to understand how encoding works, especially if you want to encode text or videos in other applications.
That’s because encoding is key to what the encoder does to deliver a signal to the device, and to ensure the integrity of your audio or video.
In a nutshell, if you use one encoding, then you have to choose another, depending on how much you need to store for your encoding process.
Encoding also affects the way your phone or tablet behaves when it’s plugged in, and even how fast it runs.
When using different encodings, you can also tweak the quality of your output.
Some applications can offer the most realistic results by using one encoding and encoding quality.
But it’s worth taking the time to check your encoder’s compatibility with your device’s hardware before deciding whether it’s the right choice.
Read more about the best mobile audio and video encoders.
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