There’s an extra step needed for Mac users because Evestin VPS is a Windows based server. So the first step is you need to go and download this Microsoft Remote Desktop app from the App Store. You can find the link in our email or you can just go to your App Store and search for Microsoft Remote Desktop. As you can see I’ve installed it on my Mac already. Once you have done this, the next step is to download this Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) file. This file will make the connection from your Mac to the Evestin VPS.
When you click this link the download will start to your downloads folder. For easy access the next time you want to connect to Evestin VPS we suggest you move this file to your desktop as I have done here already. Now just double click on this file and the Microsoft Remote Desktop app will start. Here just enter your username and password for Evestin VPS we sent you. Click OK to connect. Accept the risk disclaimer to proceed and here you have it, you’ve now logged in to Evestin VPS using your Mac computer. Watch the next video of how to log in to trading account and activate the robots. To exit Evestin VPS on Mac computers always use the little red button on the left hand side. Never exit using the X on the trading platform or by going to File + Exit because this will close down the trading platform and your robots will not be able to trade 24/7. So the correct way to exit this is just go up and close with the red button.
Cloud Video Transcoding
Now, in order to understand what cloud video transcoding is, we must first understand what video transcoding is. Transcoding, as it refers to video and other forms media, is the conversion of a file from one encoding to another. For video, this is done to make the files smaller and more manageable, or to convert them into formats supported by specific platforms or devices. Transcoding video files is a very hardware intensive process and each company chooses a different approach for their transcoding needs. These range from both expensive hardware solutions and complex software solutions, with some interesting combinations in between.
For example, companies like Qencode leverage economies of scale by creating powerful enterprise transcoding solutions and offering them to clients via the cloud for just a fraction of the cost. How does it Work? Imagine that you have a new mobile application that allows users to upload and share videos. As soon as one of your users uploads a new video file, the cloud platform receives a request from your servers, finds your file and begins decoding it. Once the file is decoded, it then creates a variety of encoded video files based on the instructions from your server. These often include different formats, codecs, resolutions and video settings. The encoded files are then saved your server and made instantly available globally across multiple platforms, devices and internet speeds. All of this happens in just moments without users being aware of the complex process are going on behind the scenes.