Re: Lossy, smaller JPG files

Subject: Re: Lossy, smaller JPG files
From: kcbillb2 <kcbillb2 -at- kc -dot- rr -dot- com>
To: Dan Goldstein <DGoldstein -at- riveraintech -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2012 08:07:48 -0500

That would be correct.

As far as I'm concerned, .jpg is only an output format. If i receive a .jpg, I save as .tif or .png, or the native format of the image software I'm working in. That at least garuantees that what I receive is what I output.

Bill


On 3/15/2012 8:02 AM, Dan Goldstein wrote:

We all know that JPG is a lossy format. When I receive a JPG from
someone else and save it (without changes) in Paint Shop Pro, the file
size drops dramatically. Even if I can't detect any loss of quality, I
should still assume that the quality has been degraded - right?

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