|Information||MP4 is an abbreviation of MPEG 4 Part 14, released in 2003, which is very familiar. They created MP4 to replace the older MPG for the next-generation video and audio packaging format. MP4 supports H.264, H.265, Xvid, and MPEG4, which can be encoded using the HEVC Video Codec that supports UHD resolution. You can play MP4 video on all devices, such as Android and Apple Devices, without limitations. MP4 also has massive support in browsers, operating systems, and commercial softwares.||Vimeo is a video-sharing service that allows users to share and view videos online. It offers a variety of features, including the ability to upload and share videos with friends, add annotations, and make playlists of your favorite videos. Vimeo is recommended to use AVC (H.264) video codecs. This platform supports most video formats like FLV, MOV, MP4, WMV, and AVI.|
|Developer||International Organization for Standardization||N/A|
|Supported Applications||Windows Media Player, VLC Media Player, Apple QuickTime Player,5KPLayer||VLC Media Player, Windows Media Player, Apple QuickTime Player, 5KPlayer|
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Since Vimeo is a video-sharing service, it only allows video files or video that has video formats. That's why it doesn't support audio, and image formats like MP3, WAV, JPG, PNG, etc., since these are not video files.
If your video frame rate exceeds 60 frames per second (FPS), Vimeo will reduce it. Vimeo advocates retaining your video's native frame rate and favors a fixed frame rate over a changeable one.
These are the disadvantages of using Vimeo: Limited viewing data and engagement metrics, No visibility into user identities, No user management capabilities, Limited call-to-action options and No custom web channel or app options.