FLIF - Free Lossless Image Format

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*DISCLAIMER: FLIF development has stopped since FLIF is superceded by FUIF and then again by [JPEG XL](https://jpeg.org/jpegxl/index.html), which is based on a combination of Pik and FUIF. A royalty-free and open source reference implementation of JPEG XL is available on [GitLab](https://gitlab.com/wg1/jpeg-xl).* See the original notice here: https://github.com/FLIF-hub/FLIF/blob/master/README.md

FLIF is a lossless image format based on MANIAC compression. MANIAC (Meta-Adaptive Near-zero Integer Arithmetic Coding) is a variant of CABAC (context-adaptive binary arithmetic coding), where the contexts are nodes of decision trees which are dynamically learned at encode time.

Details for FLIF - Free Lossless Image Format

  • MIT

Last updated
  • 21 August 2020 - latest/stable
  • 22 November 2021 - latest/edge


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