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update FAQ to reflect new supported video formats

Rigel Kent 7 months ago
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 ## Which container formats can I use for the videos I want to upload?
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-WEBM, MP4 or OGV videos.
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+WEBM, MP4 or OGV videos are supported by default (they are streamable formats),
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+but instance administrators can additionally enable support for MKV, MOV, AVI
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+and FLV formats when transcoding is enabled on their instance.
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 ## I want to change my domain name, how can I do that?
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 ## Can I seed videos with my classic BitTorrent client (Transmission, rTorrent...)?
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 Yes you can, but you won't be able to send data to users that watch the video in their web browser.
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-The reason is they connects to peers through WebRTC whereas your BitTorrent client uses classic TCP/UDP.
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+The reason is they connect to peers through WebRTC whereas your BitTorrent client uses classic TCP/UDP.
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 To check if your BitTorrent client supports WebTorrent you can see this issue: https://github.com/webtorrent/webtorrent/issues/369
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