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10 October 2006, 05:11 PM
Digital Anarchy Releases Microcosm Codec 1.2 for Universal Mac Support

Update to Popular 16-bit Lossless QuickTime Codec Further Assists in Workflow Management [/b]

San Francisco -- October 17th, 2006 -- Digital Anarchy, a leading provider of cost-effective graphics software, today announced the release of a Universal build for their Microcosm Codec. Microcosm is a 16-bit, lossless codec that achieves incredible compression ratios while maintaining absolute image fidelity. The codec supports alpha channels and works in all QuickTime-based applications, including After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, and Avid. This new release adds compatibility for all host software running on Macintosh-Intel systems natively or through Rosetta.

Microcosm 1.2 will optimize footage to save drive space, averaging over 6:1, while maintaining perfect image quality. This performance solves two workflow problems for professional broadcast designers, editors, and producers. Microcosm is unmatched as an intermediate codec that moves work between applications without bloating file size. Additionally, Microcosm offers a great way to archive work while maintaining the footage’s original integrity.

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10 October 2006, 09:19 PM
It's good to see the Microcosm codec still being updated. I'm a fan of it, for production and achiving.

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