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Asked in Image and Graphic Editing
What is the difference between GIF and JPEG image formats?
Most notable differences are - GIF images support a simple animation, while JPEG are standstill - GIF images support a maximum of 256 (8 bit) colors per pixel, JPEG images allow for a maximum of 24 bit of color per pixel - GIF images are compressed loss less, while JPEG usually is stored using a lossy algorithm (but not necessarily) - accordingly GIF files are usually larger than JPEG for the same image See also the related links.
What is the difference between a pdf file and a JPEG file?
Asked in Mobile Phones, Wireless Communication
Can you load and display JPEG images on mobile phones?
Asked in File Formats
What are The most widely used file formats for inline images?
Asked in Image and Graphic Editing
What are some disadvantages of JPEG?
I presume you mean the popular form of JPEG; JPEG2000 addresses most of the problems: The biggest problem is that JPEGs are lossy - when an image is converted to JPEG, some of the information in the image is lost. Professional photographers tend to avoid working repeatedly with JPEG images as continually loading and saving the image causes the image to lose quality. JPEGs don't support layers - most photo manipulation software use layers; to save images as JPEGs the image has to be "flattened". JPEGs only support 8 bit images. Modern digital cameras can operate in 12, 14 or 16 bit mode but if the images are saved as JPEGs, the extra information is discarded.
What are the major cellphone image formats?
What image file format is best suited for displaying photographic images on your web page?
Asked in Computer Maintenance
What is the captured image format stored image format?
Why did the pictures you loaded from SD card to computer have different language set up and now can't get pictures now from SD card or computer?
It is possible the settings for recording the images have been set wrong in camera. Most cameras save images as JPEG. (Stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group). Some cameras allow you to save as RAW files. Check your camera settings are set to JPEG. It is also possible your computer needs a program to read your files. Most cameras have a dvd with a programme on for you to use.
Asked in HTML
How do you convert an saved HTML image document into jpeg image?
It depends on what you mean. If you mean an embedded image in CSS using the data: method, then you need to pull that string data out into another file, and assign it the proper extension. But HTML doesn't have images. HTML uses images as external resources. That means that an image you've saved from an HTML page is almost certainly in a binary image file format already. (PNG, JPEG, and GIF are the most common.) In that case, you can simply use an online image format converter to take that image and turn it into a JPEG. (See links.)
What software do you need to make JPEGs?
Answer: In computing, JPEG is a commonly used method of compression for digitized photographic images. The degree of compression can be adjusted, allowing a selectable tradeoff between storage size and image quality. JPEG typically achieves 10:1 compression with little perceptible loss in image quality. The JPEG compression algorithm is at its best on photographs and paintings of realistic scenes with smooth variations of tone and color. For web usage, where the bandwidth used by an image is important, JPEG is very popular. JPEG/Exif is also the most common format saved by digital cameras. Speaking about digital cameras, your question has just been answered. Digital cameras along with downloading JPEG photos from the Internet are the primary sources of creating, or more precisely, transferring JPEG images to the "My Music" folder on your PC. But you asked: What software do you need to make jpegs? In the case of digital cameras, the software to generate a JPEG image is built into the camera itself. In the case of downloading JPEG images from the Internet and transferring them to your PC, no special software is required. That having been said, you would need specialized software if you had a digital image (photo) in one format such as TIF, JPG or GIF and wanted to convert it to JPEG. Specialized file conversion software does exactly what its title suggests, allowing you to bi-directionally convert 25 graphical file types at the click of a button. More than that, you can also edit images directly to produce a variety of effects (resize, rotate, flip, mirror, crop, filters, watermarks, morphing effects, color enhancements and more).
Can prints be turned into jpeg images?
What is the different between image format JPG and GIF?
The difference in image types is the result of the need for compression. By default, most images have a fairly large file size, which is not conducive to use on the web. The most commonly compressed image file types are .jpg, .gif and .png. The JPG file format, short for Joint Photographic Experts Group, is a type of image compression that works best with photographs and complex images. JPGs use a compression method that removes non-human-visibile colors from images to decrease file sizes. Be careful, though. If you decrease the quality of a JPG too much, you will begin to lose important color information that cannot be recovered. JPEG is a standardised image compression mechanism. JPEG is designed for compressing either full-colour (24 bit) or grey-scale digital images of "natural" (real-world) scenes. A GIF, or a Graphics Interchange Format, reduces the number of colors in an image to 256, from potentially thousands of colors coming from a digital camera. GIFs also support transparency. JPEG has a hard time with very sharp edges: a row of pure-black pixels adjacent to a row of pure-white pixels, for example. Sharp edges tend to come out blurred unless you use a very high quality setting. Edges this sharp are rare in scanned photographs, but are fairly common in GIF files: borders, overlaid text, etc. The blurriness is particularly objectionable with text that's only a few pixels high. If you have a GIF with a lot of small-size overlaid text, don't JPEG it. Plain black-and-white (two level) images should never be converted to JPEG; they violate all of the conditions given above. You need at least about 16 grey levels before JPEG is useful for grey-scale images. It should also be noted that GIF is lossless for grey-scale images of up to 256 levels, while JPEG is not.
Asked in HTML
Why wont a background show on a HTML page?
Asked in Image and Graphic Editing, Photoshop
What are the kinds of images that are created in Photoshop?
You can save from Photoshop in many formats like JPEG, PNG, TIFF, PDF. Difference is because TIFF can save layers, PDF can save vector data while JPEG and PNG can save only flat image or only pixels. There are and many other formats to save or export image from Photoshop but usually people work and save all their images in PSD format because this format supports all Photoshop capabilities and can keep most of them as editable. Off course when you need image for Web you will save it usually as JPEG to post it but keep original always and my advise is to keep it in PSD format on your computer.
How many pictures can a 8GB memory stick hold at 9 mega pixels?
Umm, tons. And it depends. If you shoot regular JPEG images, those image files should be approximately 5MB each. 8GB is 8000MB. 1600 images? Most cameras, assuming they accept 8GB cards, will display right on the main screen how many pictures are remaining. It also depends on content, some images inherently require more information to represent reasonably(ie they compress less during JPEG compression), so the image size may vary between 3-4MB and 7-8MB. If you shoot RAW images or TIFF images, then those files are much larger (as much as 20MB/each) and you will fit much less on a card, like about 400.