JPEG

A compression scheme optimised for still pictures which can reduce image size to up to a hundredth of the original.

JPEG

JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group a consortium which has developed and spread this format world-wide. It is a compression format that efficiently stores digital images

JPEG

Joint Photographic Electronic Group. a common standard for compressing image data.

JPEG

A graphic image requested by choosing from a range of compression qualities. JPEG is one of the image file formats supported on the World Wide Web.

JPEG

Joint Photographic Experts Group

JPEG

A widely-used graphic file format. Acronym of the Joint Photographic Experts Group. (It's pronounced 'Jay-peg'.)
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JPEG

Joint Photographic Experts Group, details ...
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JPEG

Joint Photographic Experts Group. A group that has recommended a compression algorithm for still digital images that can compress with ratios of over up to 30:1 giving a file size of approximately 20 kbytes per field of video. It is also the name of the format itself. There is a variant called Motion JPEG (MJPEG). The latest version is JPEG2000.
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JPEG

Stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group. It's a universal encoding format for digital still pictures, graphics, etc, so that they can be easily stored and accessed on the internet or on any compatible digital imaging device such as a camera, PC, data card, DVD-Video player, etc.
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JPEG

JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) is a file compression method used in Digital Photography that shrinks a file's storage size, but which can also cause image degradation as a result of data loss. (see Lossy)
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JPEG

See Joint Photographic Experts Group.
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JPEG

Joint Photographic Expert Group. A standard for file compression, more powerful than GIF, that can produce a 1:200 compression ratio.
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JPEG

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Joint Photographic Experts Group. The de facto standard for image compression in digital imaging devices which enables different levels of compression to be selected. Because brightness information is more important than colour data, most pixels only store the brightness information. When the JPEG file is opene...
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JPEG

(Joint Photographic Experts Group) -- A compressed file format for digital images.
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JPEG

bitmap file type that uses lossy compression. File extension names:
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JPEG

An internationally agreed standard for the compression and decompression of still images, such as photographs. The compression rates used do not compromise the quality of the image and their fast transfer rate and high quality make them ideal for use on the Internet. JPEGs can be recognised by the file extensions .jpg and .jpeg.
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JPEG

JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, a consortium that has developed and spread this format worldwide. It is a compression format that efficiently stores digital images.
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JPEG

Joint Photographic Expert Group. An image standard that has a high compression rate based around mathematical sequences. This results in a smaller file that loses some detail.
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JPEG

Used to describe a compression standard set up by that group and now widely accepted for the storage and transmission of colour images. The JPEG compression standard reduces the size of image files considerably, although it is a lossy compression format. Repeating editing and resaving JPEGs will adversely affect their appearance
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JPEG

Joint Photographic Experts Group
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JPEG

Joint Photographic Experts Group. The group that has defined the photographic compression standard that reduces the size of image files by up to 20 times at the cost of slightly reduced quality.
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JPEG

Acronym for the Joint Photographic Experts Group. C-Cube Microsystems designed it. It is a lossy form of compression, meaning that it looses information in the compression. It works by averaging areas of adjacent pixels. Ideal for Web use as it handles continuous tone and subtle shifts in colour and tone sensitive subject matter well and produces v...
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JPEG

Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG): Easily compressed graphics format that displays photographic as well as graphic images. As laid down by ISO and CCITT.
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JPEG

A standard for storing digital images.
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JPEG

(from the article `Redefining the Library in the Digital Age`) ...longer be read as the hardware or software became obsolete. In 2007 the tagged image file format (TIFF) was the de facto standard for archival ... ...for display over the Internet, is GIF (graphics interchange format), which is also lossless except that its images are lim...
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