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[filmscanners] Re: JPEG2000 > Paul



Robert - I am confused.  Can you tell me which implementation uses kakadu,
given you know it is fast?  I thought the fnord thing was kakadu based, but
obviously I've got it wrong somewhere.

I am currently downloading irfanview's own plug-in to compare with the
fnord one.

Julian


At 05:34 04/02/03, you wrote:
>Indeed, fnordware.com 's plug-in is very slow. Maybe because 1) he didn't
>use kakadu, 2) he did mess something up, 3) the plug-in mechanism of PS is
>slow (no idea how exactly this works). I know that kakadu is fast. On my
>machine I can compress a 53MB 24-bit image in 12 sec from HD to HD at 1:10
>resulting in a 5.3MB j2k file. On a second try it takes only 8 seconds. On a
>second try with lossless compression it takes 16 seconds resulting in a 26MB
>file.


Julian
Canberra, Australia

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