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[filmscanners] RE: PS & JPEG2000

> From: Henk de Jong
> That depends on the system and its overall speed.
> I do not use PS, only PSP in combination with ViewScan. Therefore I am not
> able to do a compare.

I think an absolute measurement could still be useful, e.g., how many
seconds does it take to load or save a file of so many megapixels and so
many megabytes, and what clock rate does your machine run at? That's enough
to get a crude estimate of comparable speed. Obviously, it's not a really
accurate comparison, but when it comes to writing JPEG2000, there is a 10:1
speed difference between the Adobe and LuraWave plugins. I'm just wondering
if PSP's implementation is reasonably quick, like LuraWave, or a real dog
like Adobe. A quick test on one large sample image would be sufficient.

I did my test with 10:1 lossy compression, on a 5 megapixel 16bpc image
(that is, converting a 30MB TIFF down to a 3MB JP2), running on a 1.7GHz
Pentium 4, and got 11 seconds for LuraWave, and 2 minutes for Adobe. How
does PSP stack up to that?


Ciao,               Paul D. DeRocco
Paul                mailto:pderocco@ix.netcom.com

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