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Anyone ever work with CamStudio's Lossless Codec?

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Subject pretty much says it all.

I was thinking about doing some preservation projects. I usually use HuffYUV when capping but CamStudio's Codec has been brought to my attention. It is SUPPOSE to be lossless and makes for some surprisingly small file sizes.

Anyone work with it or can give me insight here?
 

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I have tried LAGARITH LOSSLESS CODEC.
It is fast, it is great and I can absolutely recommend it. However, I don't work with avi anymore.
 

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Lagarith never heard of it.

What do you do, cap directly to mpeg?
That'd be fine but I'm going to need to IVTC.
 

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yep, no other step between mpeg and mpeg.
I framserve to create the new mpeg. It was a huge boost to CBB edits quality.
 
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