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The codec is free for non-commercial use.
The codec is free for non-commercial use.
The authors claim the codec gives the highest compression ratio in the lossless video compression field.
The authors claim the codec gives the highest compression ratio in the lossless video compression field.
The results are very interesting. The web site provides some comparisons and it's noticeable efficient.
The results are very interesting, you can see codecs comparition on the web site.
The codec offers a bitwise equal compression, but it gives better results in YUV colorspaces.
If the source colorspace is RGB, you can opt for YUV conversion to achieve better results.
It offers some denoising algorithms that may improve the compression.
Integrated denoising algorithms can help improving compression ratio.
The codec supports also interlaced input.
The codec also supports interlaced input.


[[Category:Video Codecs]]
[[Category:Video Codecs]]
[[Category:Lossless Video Codecs]]
[[Category:Lossless Video Codecs]]
[[Category:Undiscovered Video Codecs]]
[[Category:Undiscovered Video Codecs]]

Revision as of 15:51, 24 October 2007

MSU Lossless Video Codec is a lossless video compressor for AVI files written by Dmitry Vatolin, Dmitry Popov and Sergey Putilin. The codec is free for non-commercial use. The authors claim the codec gives the highest compression ratio in the lossless video compression field. The results are very interesting, you can see codecs comparition on the web site. If the source colorspace is RGB, you can opt for YUV conversion to achieve better results. Integrated denoising algorithms can help improving compression ratio. The codec also supports interlaced input.