The [Encoding] section lists the names of tasks that produce encoded copies of the media processed during the session. A configuration can contain any number of encoding tasks. For example:

// rolling buffer configuration

This example specifies a single encoding task named MyRollingBuffer.

An encoding engine accepts image and/or audio tracks produced by an ingest or analysis engine. For example, you can:

All encoding tasks produce a single output track with the name TaskName.Proxy, where TaskName is the name of the encoding task. This track contains information about the encoded media. You can output this information alongside your analysis results so that a front-end application can open and display the encoded media that shows a specific event, such as an identified news story or a recognized face.