Get your questions answered from our list of frequently asked questions.
When you upload a video to Vitrium, your video is converted into 5 different resolutions, each with a different bitrate.
|Video Resolution||Video Bitrate||Audio Bitrate||Total Bitrate||Filesize|
|240p||0.5 Mbps||128 Kbps||0.63 Mbps||79 KB per second|
|360p||1.0 Mbps||128 Kbps||1.13 Mbps||141 KB per second|
|480p||1.5 Mbps||128 Kbps||1.63 Mbps||204 KB per second|
|720p||2.0 Mbps||128 Kbps||2.13 Mbps||266 KB per second|
|1080p||5.0 Mbps||128Kbps||3.12 Mbps||390 KB per second|
Example: A user streaming a 720p will need an internet connection capable of downloading data at 266 KB per second (2.13 Mbps). This means that if a user watches a 10-minute video from start to finish at 720p, they would have consumed 160 MB of bandwidth (266 KB/second x 600 seconds).
This can only be controlled using our secured web viewer link and not from the PDF using Adobe Reader or PDF-XChange.
Printing the PDF using Adobe Reader or PDF-XChange
There is no limit to the number of times a user can print the content once the print option is enabled. The best solution to prevent this from happening is to set the content to expire at a much earlier date/time frame.
Printing with the Web Viewer
If printing is enabled then you may set the number of times a user can print the content. This is controlled in the DRM Policy settings under Print Control for Web Browser Print Limit.
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