Reduce bitrates by 10x while improving quality
Vectorly's patented vector-transcoder converts video to a vector format, reducing bitrates for animated, e-learning and e-sports content by up to 98% vs h265, without the need for a new codec
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Video Vectorization
Started as research project at MIT, our patented vectorization technology [1] converts video to "code" (vector graphics), reducing bitrates of "geometric" content (animations, e-sports, e-learning) by up to 90% (compared to H265) while improving quality
How it works
We use computer vision to transcode video to a vector format (SVG or WebGL), which can then be streamed via HLS & DASH and played back in browser using our javascript library. It works like any other transcoding software and fits seamlessly into modern video workflows.
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Existing Standards
We transcode video to existing, well established codecs (SVG, WebGL), which are already natively supported on 99% of devices and browsers
Hardware acceleration
Vector videos leverage native hardware-accelerated rendering capabilities to render videos as smoothly as H264
Seamless integration
Vectorization is built for HLS/DASH and popular Javascript players, providing seamless integration for modern video streaming architectures
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Our technology is still in beta, but you can get started vectorizing videos, or just get in touch with us below
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