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lossless compression

Telemedicine A data compression format that allows both efficient transmission and accurate decompression/expansion at the receiving end. See Data compression, Telemedicine; Cf Codec, Lossy compression, Modem, T-1.
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Because of the lossless compression and 16 tones, the quality of images obtained using this new system is much higher than that of images presented at other websites.
Experimental results show that the proposed algorithm is superior to SPIHT in both lossy and lossless compression for all tested images.
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The free white paper outlines the challenges with typical file bloat workarounds, including deduplication and lossless compression.
The T-VIPS video gateway's utilisation of JPEG2000 mathematically lossless compression, means that for the very first time, video with the quality of un-compressed SDI can be transported over a gigabit Ethernet link, which has enormous advantages both in terms of both cost and flexibility," says Dr.
Other enhancements include the ability to open BZ2 and RAR files, and the addition of a special lossless compression method that compresses WAV music files more efficiently, and doesn't compromise sound quality.
The standard Ocarina compression workflow provides lossless compression using advanced Ocarina algorithms, and readback of files requires the use of ECOreader software, running on the Ocarina optimizer appliance or on customer servers.
Three Ventura 901 solutions provide visually lossless compression for contribution and primary distribution applications where compression had previously not been allowed.
It features 1080p60 full HD operation with visually lossless compression, low latency, and small IP footprint.
A high performance lossless compression algorithm has been implemented for such applications requiring pixel-perfect remotization (for example in the medical sector).
As a result of our joint standardization efforts in MPEG, we can now offer an ISO standard codec that combines the quality benefits of future-proof lossless compression with the convenience of a format that plays on legacy iPods and millions of cellular phones already on the market," said Stefan Geyersberger, Head of IP Licensing, Audio, and Multimedia at Fraunhofer IIS.