The compression ratio is a value that indicates by what factor an image file has been reduced after compression. If a 1 MB image file is compressed to 500 KB, the compression ratio would be a factor of 2. The higher the ratio the greater the compression.
This FAQ Applies to:
Applications: MPEG-2 / MPEG-4 / H.264
Product: MTS4SA, MTS400, MTS430
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