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    The UKAg Video Center provides Flash-based playback and streaming of live and recorded videos.

    When preparing to upload video content to the appliance, you need to make sure that it is encoded properly to be processed for playback.

    Our Video Center requires videos to be encoded in H.264 video, and AAC-LC audio prior to upload.

    Modern video processing and recording applications, including Camtasia, Final Cut Studio, and Quicktime - allow you to export your videos using this format natively, so no additional work is required on your part once your settings are appropriately configured.

    Older videos may easily be re-encoded into a Video Center compatible format by using free utilities such as Handbrake.