JPEG

Joint Photographic Experts Group

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

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

In computing, JPEG (…° {respell|JAY|peg}) (seen most often with the .jpg or .jpeg filename extension) is a commonly used method of lossy compression for digital images, particularly for those images produced by digital photography. The degree of compression can be adjusted, allowing a selectable tradeoff between storage size and image quality. JPE...
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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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(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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JPEG

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

(Joint Photographic Experts Group) A bitmap, 24-bit color file format that allows the user to specify the amount of lossy compression applied to the file. This file format is supported by most imaging applications and is most appropriately used on continuous tone images.
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JPEG

A format designed by the Joint Photographic Experts Group, that allows files of coloured images to be compressed to a smaller digital file than if the full range of colours were to be saved. Also .JPG as a computer file extension.
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JPEG

A standard for compressing image data developed by the Joint Photographic Experts Group, hence the n
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JPEG

A standard for storing digital images.
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JPEG

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

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

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

Common graphic file format used in Web banners.
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JPEG

Format for compressed graphics files. Jpeg graphics are commonly used as part of world wide web.
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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

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

Joint Photographic Expert Group. Common type of picture file used on the web.
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JPEG

Joint Photographic Experts Group
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JPEG

Joint Photographic Experts Group
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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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