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August 16, 2016updated 01 Feb 2017 11:18am

What is a JPEG?

Transforming imagery to solve storage issues.

By Vinod

JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group and was created in 1986 to improve photographic quality.

The acronym JPEG is now used to label the method of irreversible compression of an image. This means that the approximations are changed slightly so that they are inexact, reducing the data size for storage and transmission.

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