MSU Lossless Video Codec
|Developer(s)||Dmitry Vatolin, Dmitry Popov, Sergey Putilin|
0.6.0 / September 19, 2005
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows|
|Type||lossless video codec|
|License||Proprietary, free for non-commercial use|
The MSU Lossless Video Codec is a video codec developed by the Graphics & Media Lab Video Group of Moscow State University. It was designed to provide space-effective lossless video compression. As of 2007 MSU had the second best compression ratio when compared to many other lossless video codecs, with the better result shown by YULS codec.
MSU Lossless Video Codec is available as a Video for Windows codec. It can be used from such applications as VirtualDub or Adobe Premiere. Possible input formats are RGB24 (RGB), RGB32, YUY2, YUYV and YV12.
Despite its name, the codec has several lossy modes.
|0.6.0||September 19, 2005||
|0.5.8||March 20, 2005||
|0.5.6||February 14, 2005||
|0.5.2||February 6, 2005|
|0.2.4p||October 1, 2004||
|0.2.4||September 24, 2004||
- "Lossless Video Codecs Comparison 2007", MSU Graphics & Media Lab (Video Group), 2007, retrieved 2011-12-07
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