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Tag: JPEG2000

Comprimato official blog about coding, decoding, jpeg2000 and topics associated with video compression.

The new era of large image processing

We all know about the explosion in the size of images we need to deal with, both in the expanding resolution of individual frames and the overwhelming total volume of data. The amount of detail and information that we can now capture has tremendous benefits, from immersive entertainment to medical diagnoses to breakthrough remote sensing. […]

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by Michal Hrnčiřík
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February 7th, 2017

Implementing a JPEG2000 codec plugin for Adobe Premiere — a technical overview

We have implemented a JPEG2000 codec plugin for video editing with Adobe Premiere. In this article I describe how it was integrated with Premiere and what are the benefits of JPEG2000 codec for Ultra HD 8K or VR video editing. JPEG2000 codec is very popular in video processing workflows such as broadcasting or film production. […]

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by Jan Brothánek
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January 6th, 2017

Essential Video Compressing Terms

Are you a newbie to video compression? Don’t worry, we know how confusing all these difficult terms can be. That’s why we’ve put together a list explaining the essential terminology to clear things up a bit. Let us know if you are missing some important terms so we can update the list accordingly.   4K […]

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by comprimato
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August 9th, 2016

Comprimato update compatible with MAC and CPU based stations

LAS VEGAS – The world’s fastest JPEG2000 video codec has announced a substantial update of its code. The Comprimato library is now compatible with AMD graphics cards and even ordinary CPUs. The company also offers a unified API for all platforms, making it easy to switch from NVIDIA to AMD or CPU. The original NVIDIA […]

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by comprimato
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January 19th, 2016