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Intelligent Image Format

IIF is a 32-bit animated lossless image compression software. Everything is supported except the alpha. It compresses using an advanced compression algorithm that typically beats out GIF/PNG/TIFF (unless LZW is used). The encoding allows for multiple kinds of encoding options to be used while encoding and on different parts of the image.

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  •  30 Jul 2000 12:15

    Release Notes: The version numbering system has been change to indicate code maturity. A delay can now be set to something other than one second. Clip-to-motion detection and savings code has been updated. Due to a bugfix, encoding is now about 500% faster. Version information is now encoded in the file format. Verbose debugging information has been suppressed.

    •  21 Jul 2000 21:22

      Release Notes: ManipulationIDs now can be removed if not used, ManipulationOptions can be altered and removed in the header to reduce amount written, fixes for Alpha support, and revamps for the header and the encoding.

      •  28 Jun 2000 02:07

        Release Notes: Supports was added for single frame encoding, in which all frames are grouped into a single frame for encoding in order to achieve global effects and a high compression ratio.

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