Lossless compression, as the name implies, means that after compressing the video, and then decompressing it, you wind up with the exact same data as you put in. This is comparable to something like ZIP or RAR (In fact, one of the more common lossless codecs out there, Huffyuv, basically uses the same compression algorithm as ZIP on each frame of video to achieve its compression). Lossless has the advantage that no matter how many times you compress it, you still haven't lost any video data. The bad part is that most often you don't save nearly as much space as you would with other lossy compression algorithms. There are many different lossless codecs these days, some of which are described later on in this guide.
Alumnus wrote:So like.. you download an episode. - Lossless.
You edit and add effects - loss?
So then the render has loss?
steelbaz wrote:I am assuming it's primarily for uploading on this particular site, as other sites don't have the same kind of stringet upload restrictions.
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