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filmscanners: Re: Compression:



I have to say that I would not use jpeg for saving anything.if for any
reason you wish to modify the file at a later date you will have already
thrown away information.
There are a couple of sites worth a look
www.jpeg.org/JPEG2000.htmw
www.luratech.com
However if you are satisfied with the results then you should keep using
them,just be aware that there are better things around the corner,as
always.

regards
Michael Wilkinson. 106 Holyhead Road,Ketley, Telford.Shropshire TF 15 DJ
  michael@infocus-photography.co.uk      www.infocus-photography.co.uk
For Trannies and Negs from Digital Files

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Finch, Jason V" <jvfinch@intergraph.com>
:
: JPEG is a good "final image" format, to my eye there is no discernable
image
: loss, but should you want to store the images for reworking I find I
run
: into problems with JPEG when using some filters such as sharpening.





 




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