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The best way is to have an assortment of pictures and videos, then write down what does and does not work, take it back to your computer and do a MediaInfo on it (windows program that reads the header data and tells the spec and codec). Generally the older simple media chip usb things in older Tvs would handle Mpeg and Mpeg2 , very similar to dvd, many of ...
Containers add metadata to one or many “raw bitstreams”. One can imagine the latter as a traditional film roll: a series of images, nothing more. The container would act as the box the film roll is stored in: it adds the title, index positions (scene 2 starts at 03:45), total length and so on. Pure video without a container can work; durations can ...
You can use MediaInfo command line version and: mediainfo "--Inform=General;%CompleteName%,%Format%,%Format_Profile%,%CodecID%\r\n" YourDirectoryName >List.csv Then open List.csv in yoyr prefered spreadsheet processor. Jérôme, developer of MediaInfo
I think the question is also related to the encoding window of the codecs. It seems like the standard compression technology is not designed for low latency, but there are standards that are already mentioned in other answers. See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opus_(audio_format)
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