[[MediaWiki:fogg-videoBitrate-help|fogg-videoBitrate-help]]

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It is an explanation of what the term "video bitrate" means (i.e. the speed of video encoding in kilobits per second).

McDutchie14:46, 15 November 2009
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Return to Thread:Support/fogg-videoBitrate-help/Purodha.

Yes, I often run into the same ambiguity problems that you mention, but this specific English message is particularly badly written. Perhaps someone should rewrite it (Siebrand?).

Anyway, the message name is "videoBitrate-help", so surely it should be an explanation of what it generally is. What I translated is: "'bitrate' means the encoding speed of the video (in kb/s)."

McDutchie13:40, 16 November 2009

Please suggest alternative text. Busy today until I get to my hotel room later today.

Siebrand15:22, 16 November 2009

Two ideas:

  • The term 'bitrate' means the encoding speed of the video (in kb/s).
  • The bitrate is the amount of data output produced by encoding the video, in kilobits per second.
McDutchie15:44, 16 November 2009