Some aspects of image memory structure

The most important aspect of an image acquisition system is how images are represented. Pixel is the smallest addressable element, the smallest unit of a picture which can be controlled. Pixel is a set of color channels that represents the color at a given point in an image. Each channel represents the value of a color component. There are two common memory structures for an image. Interleaved images are represented by grouping the pixels together in memory and interleaving all channels together, whereas planar images keep the channels in separate color planes. ImageConverter Plus provides complete support of JPEG images in all of their compression parameters and pixel organization. When the program is set up to convert your images into JPEG format, interleaved channels order is included by default, though you can change this preference for your own individual purposes.