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Even if PERSEUS compression was worse, its adoption would still be inevitable

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The adoption of the new PERSEUS video compression codec is inevitable and would be even if it was no better, or actually worse, than legacy codecs. That is what Guido Meardi and Eric Achtmann of V-Nova (CEO and Co-Founder, and Executive Chairman and Co-Founder respectively) are claiming and here they explain why, listing additional benefits like having a single format for all quality levels, and gentle quality degradation without visual collapse.

This is part four of a five-part series in which the two executives also explain the problem that PERSEUS is solving and the principles of human vision that underpin the new codec. Also watch:

The Problem That The New PERSEUS Video Compression Codec Solves

PERSEUS Applies Massively Parallel Processing, Like Animals, For Super-Efficient Compression

What Makes PERSEUS Compression Different, Including The End Of Block-Based Processing

How The Industry Reacted To A New Video Compression Codec

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