The Etymonix MPEG-2 I-frame video
It can be used with a variety of existing applications (such as Adobe Premiere, Fractal Design Painter, Ulead Video Studio, Windows Media Player, Macromedia Flash MX) that support VfW codecs. Usually, these applications store the compressed MPEG data by the codec in an AVI file created. A wide range of resolutions and frame rates (including NTSC and PAL) are also supported.
This codec is specifically designed to preserve quality during image processing, while a better compression than lossless solutions. Typical compression ratios of 2.01 bis 05.01 clock can be achieved. used together with the common YUV 4:2:0 and 4:2:2 mode in the video industry, it provides a unique YUV 4:4:4 mode for better than broadcast quality.
The test results show that live video can be decompressed and re-compresses an infinite number of times with no visual degradation .. This makes the codec ideal for video editing where the video can be edited several times.
Etymonix MPEG-2 video codec features are:
Etymonix MPEG-2 video codec limitations: