The CamStudio Lossless Codec / Software comes with its own Lossless Codec that does produce crystal clear video and audio results with a much smaller filesize compared to some of the other more popular codecs, like Microsoft Video 1. See the Intel Codec Installer.
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What is the FourCC : 3IV1 or 3ivx codec? The Four Character Code, which is a sequence of four bytes used to uniquely identify a particular video codec. In this instance it is the 3ivx video codec version 1.
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The FourCC : 3IV2 is explained here. The “3IV2”, it is a FourCC code that represents a video codec format developed by 3ivx Technologies. You will note that the FourCC code indicates that the video stream is encoded using the 3ivx MPEG-4 3.0.4 video codec.
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The FourCC:8BPS is a code that applications use in the multimedia applications. This which tells it what codec it is or format. As explained on this website. The FourCC is a four-byte code that is used to identify data formats.
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See what the FourCC : AASC means. This codec used to be part of Autodesk’s now discontinued Animator Studio software. Autodesk Animator Codec (AASC) is a 24-bit Run Length Encoding algorithm similar to Microsoft RLE.
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What is the FourCC : BLZ0 meaning or Blizzard Video Codec? This is also called the Bink Video codec. The four ASCII characters used to identify data formats. This allows software to know which codec to use and its format. This is part of a coding structure. The BLZ0 is explained further down below.
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What is the FourCC : ADV1? “ADV1” is a FourCC (four-character code) that is used to identify a particular video codec. FourCC codes are four-character identifiers used to represent video codecs, compression formats, and pixel formats in multimedia files.
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What is the FourCC : ASLC codec? This codec is offering approximately 5x compression in mathematically lossless mode. This is a video codec made by a Russian multimedia company. See the download below for the codec to watch your video. Continue reading FourCC : ASLC
See the FourCC : ASV1. If you have a ASV1 then you will know that this codec supplied with the Asus TNT Video Capture adapter. There are not many around any more. You are not going to find any of these on the internet as the driver must be at least 25 years old now.
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See what the FourCC : AVC1 codec is here. The next common codec is the AVC1 which is Apple’s version of the MPEG4 part 10/H.264 standard. You can download the Codec here at AVC1 codec. The avc1 codec download is in the links.
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What is the FourCC : BINK? Bink is a “better-than-DVD” class codec – it compresses at higher quality than DVD at up to three times the playback speed! Bink uses up to 16 MB less memory at runtime than other codecs. Continue reading FourCC : BINK
What is the FourCC : BT20? The BT20 is a codec which has been optimised for real-time compression of YUV images. You can download it here with prosumer codec as the Prosumer codec.
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This code FourCC : BW10 is the hardware codec for the Broadway hardware-based MPEG. There are not many of them around today so it would be unlikely to find these today in the computer. Broadway has since become Broadcom.
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See the FourCC : CFCC and what it is used for. The DPS Perception was used when capturing AVI’s using a DPS Perception adapter which was brought out by Harris and now called Image Corporation. Nobody uses this any longer.
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What was the FourCC : CGDI before This AVI format used by the Office 97 camcorder application. Microsoft Camcorder is a screen-capture technology that allows easy creation of movies. It is a simple but powerful movie recorder and playback utility.
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