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What is the Difference Between Standard Definition (SD) and High Definition (HD)?
High definition is a very high quality format of your video. If you uploaded an HD video, your video will playback in HD. If you uploaded an SD video (~640x480), then...
SproutVideo offers the ability to display subtitles along with videos. We currently support subtitles using the WebVTT and SRT standard. We do not support the entire ...
Require Viewers to Submit an Email Address to Watch a Video
Email Capture To require viewers to submit their email address in order to view your online hosted video, (known as email capture, or email gating) go to...
Where to Find Your Captured Email Addresses
To find the email addresses that viewers submitted in order to watch your email-gated video, open the video by going to the Videos tab, and selecting the video in que...
CDN Edge Server Locations
United States Ashburn, VA Atlanta, GA Boston, MA Chicago, IL Dallas/Fort Worth, TX Denver, CO Hayward, CA Jacksonville, FL Los ...
Keyboard Shortcuts for the SproutVideo Player
During video playback, you can use different keyboard shortcuts to control the player. These shortcuts allow you to play or pause the video, review your video frame-b...
Change the Video Resolution During Playback
The SproutVideo player allows viewers to toggle between different resolutions of your videos while watching. Once a specific resolution has been selected, the player ...
Speed Up or Slow Down with Variable Playback Speed Options
The SproutVideo player lets you change the playback speed of your video while watching it, so you can speed through a long video, or review a scene in slow motion. Th...
True Adaptive Bitrate Streaming
The SproutVideo player supports true adaptive bitrate streaming. This means the player automatically detects the strength of your viewer’s internet connection, as wel...
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