Recompress and Optimize JPEG files by an average of 30% without causing any addition loss in image quality. Infima Jpeg Optimization SDK introduces a new method for preprocessing and optimizing JPEG images before they are compressed.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:11
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Infima Jpeg Compression SDK 1.3 The technology that lies behind Infima Image compression allows Infima to re-compress JPEG files by an average of nearly 20% without causing any addition loss in image quality (Bit to Bit reproduction).
Infima Compression Library 2.0 New compression format. Infima Compression Library SDK was built from the ground up for better compression ratio and speed but not at the cost of performance.
Description: The technology that lies behind Infima Jpeg Optimization allows Infima to recompress JPEG files by an average of 30% without causing any addition loss in image quality. Infima Jpeg Optimization SDK introduces a new method for preprocessing and optimizing JPEG images before they are compressed without causing any loss in image quality which allows Infima to recompress JPEG files by an average of 30%. Using Infima Jpeg Optimization SDK it is now possible to store full quality images within a file size that is equivalent to a high quality Image. The new technology enables consumers and businesses to compress JPEGs and increase storage and bandwidth efficiency in a wide variety of portable multi-media devices such as wireless handsets, cameras, and PDAs. Whether on the Desktop, in an Enterprise environment, or on the go, Infima Jpeg Compression SDK provides an important new tool for those looking to reduce storage and bandwidth costs. Key Features: Up to 20% compression to JPEG file Bit2Bit; Up to 30% compression to JPEG file without lossing quality (not bit-to-bit); Ability to define Jpeg quality (Using lossy optimization methods); Compression rate 1.4 Mb per sec on dual core; Totally lossless Jpeg compression; CRC guarantees reversibility.
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