The total amount of disk space taken up by a user in the Encoding.com system is the total encoding bandwith. This value includes all of the source media sent into and all media sent out of Encoding.com. That is, video in + video out = total encoding bandwidth. For example, let’s say you are a new user and want to encode a 1 GB video file into two files-say, a Flash file and a MPEG. After compression, the encoding process produces a 220 MB Flash file and a 110 MB MPEG. In this case, the total encoding bandwidth recorded in your account would be 1.33 GB (1GB + 220MB + 110MB = 1.33 GB).
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