Dynamic Resolution Change is a feature that allows users to adjust the resolution of their video content while the encoder is being utilized in active pipelines. This feature allows users to reduce the encoded resolution relative to when the pipeline was first defined. Generally a reduction in encoded resolution can result in encoded bitrate savings. This can be used to adjust video resolution to suit fluctuating network bandwidths.
This feature is useful in video streaming and video conferencing use-cases.
For more information, see Dynamic Resolution Change in H.264/H.265 Video Codec Unit LogiCORE IP Product Guide (PG252).