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how can i convert bmp file in jpg file??

thanks for help!!!
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Question by:BUSY
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setiawan earned 10 total points
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Hi BUSY,

look at the following links :
http://vbaccelerator.com/codelib/gfx/vbjpeg.htm


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You can download a dll from intel, called "Intel JPEG Library".
From link given by danny, is pretty good.
VB Accelerator prepared some source in vb for you...
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i did not find the BMP to jpg conversion in this library can u help me please
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