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Understanding Video Compression Part 4

Understanding Video Compression: How Video Compression Impacts Your AV Systems (Part 4 of 4)

 

In our last video we learned that there is a clear distinction between lossless and lossy compression. Lossless compression does not alter or lose data during compression and decompression, but the overall process takes a longer time. Lossy compression is more commonly used than lossless compression. It removes information from the video that a person does not perceive to increase the compression rate. But, how do you know which compression type is right for your AV application?

Join Product Engineer Garrett Swindell in part 4 of 4 of our Understanding Video Compression Series to discover:

  • Common applications of AV and how they are impacted by video compression
  • Why you must choose a high-performance AV-over-IP systems with lossless compression when working with real-time applications
  • Three steps for determining which of the compression schemes or AV systems is right for you

If you want to learn more about video compression, download our video compression guide at blackbox.com/videocompression.

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