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June 26 2019

JPEG is really old. Will any of these alternatives ever catch on?

Author (Phil Rhodes)


JPEG is 26 years old, and yet no picture format has come close to replacing it in terms of widespread use. Are we doomed to an 8-bit format for all eternity? Let's look at the alternatives, and hope one of them catches on! JPEGPicture compression
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