Thursday Sep 17, 2020

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Announcement: Explaining Optimized

Shot-Based Encoding for 4K

'These questions were basically how I ended up in the rabbit hole of the permanent encoding optimization history, in an…
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By Pedro Umbelino
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'These questions were basically how I ended up in the rabbit hole of the permanent encoding optimization history, in an effort to thoroughly dissect the above sentences and properly understand it, so I can share it with you. The 90In the beginning of the nineties if you wanted to display an image file on your computer, like a GIF or the new JPG format, you would need to use a program for that. For 'videos' me and my friends exchanged FLIC files, which were a sequence of still frames which would be flipped through rapidly to achieve the illusion of movement in a software I cannot recall anymore.

As a purely intraframe compression scheme, the image quality of M-jpeg is directly a function of each video frame static spatial complexity. After being released, there was a time when a lot of….

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