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Thread: PIM 2.04 is here!

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    Prepare for the ultimate flavor!

    Many new features included, I hope you read this forum...

    Enjoy!

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    Good Job Encode!

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    Thanks a lot!

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    Thanks Ilia!

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    BMP from my testset:
    Original size: 3 932 214
    PIM 2.02beta: 840 844
    PIM 2.03beta: 847 129
    PIM 2.04final: 1 213 705

    PNG from my testset converted to BMP before compressing:
    Original size: 3 932 214
    PIM 2.02beta: 138 655
    PIM 2.03beta: 138 489
    PIM 2.04final: 121 608

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    2.04 is not a final!

    In both cases, PIM decide to disable image compression -- too compressible input. In first case we loose compression, but this occurs not so frequently. In last example we won some bytes...


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    Probably I should change the threshold for Ratio Estimator...

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    Quote Originally Posted by encode
    2.04 is not a final
    I meant "stable", but that would break nice structure in this comparison

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