TMMI Announces TRUDEF(TM) .FVF ('Fractal Video File') and .FIF ('Fractal Intra Frame') File Extensions
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE--(Marketwire - Dec 7, 2012) - TMM, Inc. (TMMI) ("TMMI" or "the Company") is pleased to announce the reconstruction of the TRUDEF™ .FVF (''Fractal Video File'') and the .FIF (''Fractal Intra Frame'') file extensions. These file extensions are modernized versions of the original 1990''s fractal file extensions used in the initial development and the shipped commercial video products. TRUDEF™ ".FVF" now supports video compressed with the TRUDEF™ Fractal compression system and a wide variety of commonly used audio formats. It can be made up of either Fractal Intra Frames (''Key Frames'') or a combination of Key Frames and P-frames (''Predicted picture'').
Intra Frames are self-contained video frames which do not share any data with other frames. TRUDEF™ Fractal Intra Frame encoded video is intended to be used in the Production/Post Production, Archiving and Digital Cinema environments that require a high level of image quality. P-Frames are used in broadcasting and streaming environments that require higher compression with lower level of image quality.
TMMI''s recently announced completion of Microsoft Media Foundation (''MMF'') TRUDEF™ Fractal Codec library supports direct playback of .FVF fractal video files in MMF compatible media players such as Microsoft''s Windows Media Player. It also displays single .FIF fractal Intra Frames