License & Registration
Honeycam License Policy
How to register Honeycam
Get your product key again
Honeycam Edition Comparison
Refund Policy
Features & Technical Terms
GIF, WebP, and WebM formats
APNG format
Quantization
FPS (Frames Per Second)
How to reduce file size
Transition
Use Dither
Maximum recording length
Use Disk Swap
Use DXGI
Help about Editing
How to insert/edit/animate texts
How to insert/edit/animate chatbubbles
How to insert/edit/animate stickers
How to use the photo frame effects
How to draw on animated images/videos
Honeycam Tips
Save as the working(current) file name after editing
Troubleshooting
Online Authentication Failed
Entry Point Not Found
How to update Honeycam
How to run Honeycam as Admin





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Quantization

In computer graphics, quantization means a process that reduces the number of colors used in an image for its compression. Since GIF format, in particular, only supports up to 256 colors, quantization of a GIF file is indispensable to display the image clearly with realistic colors.

Honeycam provides two types of quantization algorithms, and each of them has the following features:

LIQ

  • Low processing speed, but high image quality

NEU

  • About 2 times faster processing speed than LIQ (slower than LIQ depending on conditions)
  • Lower image quality than LIQ (depending on conditions)