JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) or JPG is a digital image format introduced in 1992 that relies on the Discrete Cosine Transform technique, a widely used lossy compression format for digital images. JPEG images have a
The advantages of using JPEG in a digital image format are:
The JPEG files are highly compressible. The small file size means that JPEG images can easily be uploaded on web pages.
JPEG images are compatible with almost all devices and software, which means that there is no need to change the format for usage.
High-resolution JPEG images are vibrant and colorful. The JPEG standard is that it supports 24-bit color with up to 16 million colors.
JPEG images can be compressed according to needs of the application. The degree of compression is flexible.
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