Improved JPEG

The most standard of all the existing image formats is considered to be JPEG. It is the default format for most of the digital cameras known to everyone. JPEG’s advantages include decent compression alongside with decent image quality. The quality loss that is inevitable when the image is compressed does not degrade the image significantly. No matter how advantageous the image format seems, there are some variations and improvements that exist in this respect. File extension .jpx refers to the JPEG 2000 standard – a so called improved version of a regular JPEG. JPX is able to store several resolutions of the image in the same file without duplication. The compression method used can be either lossless or lossy. JPX is used for document, medical and satellite imagery archival purposes and in the cultural heritage sector. ImageConverter Plus allows flawless conversion from JPX to a regular type of JPEG and other popular image formats.