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Ok, nice i'll have to try to educate my educators then : ) With JPEG, yes, because it is a lossy compression. With PNG, no, it is a lossless compression. That's also why compressed PNGs are bigger than compressed JPEGs, they have to keep all the information while JPEGs throws away all details up to ...
Isn't there a risk of quality degrading if you pack the image. I mean if you export it to JPEG and do some work on After Effects and the again export to JPEG it bound to look like crap eventually? no?
Paul Fierlinger wrote:Your educators need re-educating. TIFF is for print; JPEG or PNG for video.