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  • Looking for a Good Codec for Archiving?

    Looking for a Good Codec for Archiving?

    October 9, 2010, 12:14 pm
    The problem with any video codec is that it is a lossy codec. That is, it loses quality whenever you record something with it. Most of the time, that loss is not a problem. But sometimes you want to store your materials for a long period of time. For instance, you want to store historical footage from the 1930's. In this case, maintaining image quality with a format that is non-proprietary is critical.

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