How does Per-Title Encoding work?

Gumlet uses per-title-encoding to determine the lowest possible bitrate for a video by analyzing the material, maintaining the visual quality of the original video, and minimizing the size of the transcoded video.
See the working example:
Original Video:

Gumlet Per-title-encoded Video:

As you can see in the above movies, the original video is 151 MB and the per-title encoded video is 104 MB, so per-title-encoding allows us to accomplish a 47 per cent reduction in size while maintaining the same visual quality.

It would help you could provide side by side comparison on a single page.