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.
FourCC : AASC
Firstly the fourcc “AASC” which corresponds to Autodesk Animator Studio Codec. This which is a 2D animation software that was popular in the 1990’s. The binary files in the directory are associated with encoding and decoding the format. This codec was designed to compress video frames which were created with Autodesk Animator Studio. Additionally the codec allowed for the storage as well as play back on computers with limited storage and processing power.
Firstly the codec used lossy compression to reduce the size of video frames. This was not widely used as it did not work with other products or players on the market. The codec is rarely used today. See also the FourCC : 8BPS which is a Photoshop codec for their layed pictures. The FourCC : 3IV1 is a older video codec for compression. Today many years later, video editing software supports more modern and efficient codecs, such as H.264, H.265, and VP9. Finally there are two codecs which might interest you The first is the Intel Indeo Codec and the Xvid MPEG-4 Codec.