reference to this: https://www.videohelp.com/tools/Lagarith-Lossless-Video-Codec
And that's where the description should end.Lagarith is a lossless video codec. Lagarith offers excellent compression. Lagarith is able to operate in several colorspaces - RGB24, RGB32, RGBA, YUY2, and YV12.
... but it doesn't.
This is all technobabble:
This doesn't mean anything at all.Also, Lagarith will never down-sample video, preventing inadvertent quality loss.
"down-sample" how? Resolution? Colorspace? What, exactly? Without context, it's just gibberish.
"for DVD Video" doesn't mean anything at all.For DVD video, the compression is typically only 10-30% better than Huffyuv.
DVD-Video format is strictly MPEG-2, so any reference against Huffyuv or Lagarith is nonsense
This is easily debatable. The tradeoff is CPU. For capturing, that's not a benefit.However, for high static scenes or highly compressible scenes, Lagarith significantly outperforms Huffyuv.
It's also a good bit slower.
This part of the description is propaganda that should be removed.
The current full description appears to be confusing newbies.
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I can't see anything like that...