Google reduces JPEG file size by 35% | Ars Technica UK


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Google reduces JPEG file size by 35%
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march 2017 by wschenk
RT : 35% smaller JPEG files with no changes needed to Web browsers or JPEG standard:
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march 2017 by hilla
Interesting: "Google reduces JPEG file size by 35%"
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march 2017 by tguemes
Google reduces JPEG file size by 35%
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march 2017 by edan
Google has developed and open-sourced a new JPEG algorithm that reduces file size by about 35 percent—or alternatively, image quality can be significantly improved while keeping file size constant. Importantly, and unlike some of its other efforts in image compression (WebP, WebM), Google's new JPEGs are completely compatible with existing browsers, devices, photo editing apps, and the JPEG standard.
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march 2017 by wynkenhimself
Google open-sources new JPG encoder that reduces file sizes by 35% and is compatible with existing browsers:
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march 2017 by electroponix
Google open-sources new JPEG encoder that reduces file sizes by around 35%, and is compatible with existing browsers, photo editing apps, and the JPEG standard
march 2017 by joeo10
Enlarge / This image has not been run through Google's new JPEG encoder. But that doesn't make it any less magical. Harry Langdon/Getty Images Share this story…
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march 2017 by anglepoised
This is some super clever stuff. 35% smaller JPEGs.
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march 2017 by fourstar
Google's new JPEG compression algorithm is backwards-compatible, open source, and shrinks file sizes by 35%.
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march 2017 by NeoNacho
Google's new JPEG compression algorithm is backwards-compatible, open source, and shrinks file sizes by 35%.
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march 2017 by flyosity
Google reduces JPEG file size by 35% // can't wait to see photo forums digest this
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march 2017 by brianadkins