Feautre request or bug? Why does Amazon as 704 x for SD for video resolution

Discussion in 'AnyStream' started by Quebecman, Apr 6, 2021.

  1. Quebecman

    Quebecman Member

    Hello guy,

    I am fairly new with Anystream and just bought it. I was just wondering if it's Amazon that gives the information to Anystream for the output Video Resolution or if it's the opposite?

    I found weird that SD is always at 704 instead of being at 720. As my knowledge, 720 is more universal than 704.


    Thanx.
    Regards.
     
  2. The Roadie

    The Roadie Member

  3. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    704 is HD minus the top and bottom 8 pixel row (2x8=16+704=720). 720p is the first version of HD video called "HD Ready". SD is either 480p (NTSC) or 576p (PAL)
     
  4. Quebecman

    Quebecman Member

    720p is 1280x720 but 480p is 720 x 40x... Don't confuse 720p and Video Resolution. Would be nice to get a Video Resolution of 720x404 by example...

    The thing is the following. Now I have to download in 1080p and RE-ENCODE with a 480p resolution. This is a long process instead of only downloading directly with a 720x resolution.
     
  5. DatsDaJunt

    DatsDaJunt Active Member

    What is it that you are downloading? And what are the resolutions given to you. Btw, yes, Amazon sends the info about the video/audio.
     
  6. Quebecman

    Quebecman Member

    Thanx for the info about Amazon giving the VIDEO RESOLUTION. So in other terms, I am doomed. 704x396 is the 480p resolution but 704x is not really universal. 720x 396 would be. So I thought it was anystream giving this information and not Amazon. I will have to go on and download the 1920x1080 and re-encode.

    Thanx. Regards.


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  7. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    It's amazon. AS lists all available streams it's being offered by the streaming provider.
     
  8. Quebecman

    Quebecman Member

    Thank you this answers my question.