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Problem JPG > BMP

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I'm using MFC in a VC++ 5.0 project I've been doing...

The problem is:

I have to performe a routine that loads a JPeg file stored in a external file and save it in another external file as a BMP 24bit format so I can set it as a wallpaper.

The SECOND problem is:

I need an easy and handy routine that anyone could put in the middle of the program and solve the problem! :-)



If you could help me, please, do that! I'll be very glad...
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Just use a 3rd party library.  My favorite is the Intel JPEG library; it's very fast and small.  See http://developer.intel.com/vtune/PERFLIBST/ijl/index.htm

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