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» Convert your videos with Mux from Lifehacker
Need to transcode a home video for some reason? You might want to check out Mux. The process is extremely simple: all you do is point Mux to your video, tell it what kind of output you're looking for,... [Read More]

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After receiving some unexpected coverage by the Amazon AWS and Life Hacker blogs, a proof of concept project we recently built has now gone very public. Its called MUX and in short, its an any-to-any video conversion service, that just ha... [Read More]


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Paul M. Watson

I recently suggested EC2 to a client who wanted to handle peaks in video transcoding but was told that they looked into it and it wouldn't work out because of the license costs for the video transcoding technology. i.e. everytime they fired up an EC2 instance they would have to pay for another license of the transcoding software.

I'll ask Mux about this but wondered if Amazon AWS had encountered such questions and problems before and what they thought?

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