Posts with tag: 'JPEG 2000'

Smartbytes just got smarter: ImageEngine introduces JPEG2000

JPEG2000 comparison

JPEG2000 is an image standard created in the year 2000. However, the JPEGs we see on the web today are from the even more ancient JPEG standard created in 1992. The Joint Photographic Experts Group’s intention was to replace the JPEG standard with the new and better JPEG2000 standard. Still, we don’t see many JPEG2000’s on the web. Until now. And ImageEngine is taking full advantage of JPEG2000 and its superior visual image quality and compression algorithms. What’s Changing with ImageEngine? “ImageEngine customers can expect to save 57% of the payload of the original image by delivering JPEG2000 images to […]

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JPEG 2000 and JPEG XR Support by Browser

JPEG 2000 Support by Browser The majority  (79.42%) of  browsers do not support JPEG 2000 image format. Of the browsers that do support JPEG 2000, Mobile Safari makes up the majority with 14.48% share. All other browsers that support JPEG 2000 have less than 3% share and span six different types. Facebook on iOS, Safari, and Chrome Mobile are in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th places (2.22%, 1.66%, and 1.20% respectively).

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