Game Video Transcoder (GVT) is an easy-to-use, highly scalable and cost-effective cloud-based game video transcoding service. It can convert (or "transcode") media files from source formats to other formats for playback on different devices such as smartphones, tablets, and PCs. It supports a wide set of input and output formats, resolutions, bitrates, and frame rates, along with various auxiliary features.
GVT provides simple service APIs for creating transcoding jobs, allowing you to specify input files, transcoding settings, and output files as needed. It comes with preset templates for different game applications, making it easy for you to find the appropriate settings. You can also customize your own template and adjust the output based on your specific transcoding requirements.
Built on the scalability and flexibility of cloud computing resources, GVT is capable of executing concurrent transcoding tasks. In addition, it allows for different settings of such tasks based on their priority so as to ensure smooth transcoding as scheduled and as desired. It can be scaled automatically according to the workload, avoiding issues such as capacity wastage and long wait time.
GVT is billed by minutes according to actual usage. There are no minimum charges or advance payments required.
Plus, you do not need to pay for failed transcoding tasks.
GVT supports transcoding between different formats such as H.264, H.265, VP8, VP9, and AV1, different bitrates, and different resolutions.
GVT comes with a rich set of preset templates suitable for various game applications, supporting different bandwidth values, devices, and operating systems. It also supports custom templates to meet your diverse output needs.
GVT can overlay a static image on an output video as a watermark. To add a watermark, you just need to provide a PNG or JPEG image file and use the preset template to specify the position, proportion, size, and opaqueness.
GVT can generate video preview thumbnails for output videos, and you can specify the size and quantity required.
You can generate video assets in various formats during game video processing to suit different editor programs, facilitating the import for video post-production. In addition to converting video formats, GVT makes it easy for you to adjust the video resolution, frame rate, bitrate, and other settings for optimal editing effect. Moreover, it allows you to select partial files for transcoding by specifying the start time and duration, and you only need to pay for the actual duration of the output video.
GVT can generate game videos in different bitrates for different network environments, making it ideal for scenarios such as live game streams and VOD. By means of bitrate control, it ensures HD playback in good network environments and smooth playback in weak ones. The generated videos can be converted to different formats for seamless playback with decoders built in mainstream devices, including Android, iOS, PC, and Mac.
GVT supports inserting logos, trademarks, and watermarks and generating video preview thumbnails during transcoding, enabling you to generate quality videos that comes with the copyright mark on commercial video platforms .