H.265—or High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) —is an improved version of its predecessor, H.264.

HTML5 Video

HTML5 video is a video specification introduced by its creators for showing video on the web.


HD—or High Definition refers to resolutions above 480p—720p (standard HD) or 1080p (Full HD)—used for streaming videos over the internet.


H.264, also known as AVC (Advanced Video Coding) or MPEG-4 Part 10, is a popular block-oriented video compression technique used to distribute high-definition digital video content. It is a motion compensation-based, integer-DCT coding standard that provides a range of profiles and levels.

HLS - HTTP Live Streaming

HLS ditches the traditional continuous delivery of streams by compressing video and audio content into a series of more manageable and streamable chunks and transmits them over HTTP to viewers' screens.

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