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Compressing and decompressing bitmap to and from jpeg in memory

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 Hi.

  I need code to compress/decompress bitmap images in JPEG without passing through a file, it must be done completelly in memory for speed's sake.

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Jose Serpa
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by:madface
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http://www.cs.ruu.nl/people/jeroen/article/jpeg/
go  there
or do a search on the jpeg specs
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by:ygal02
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Try Ilib:
www.radix.net/~cknudsen/Ilib

It supports both jpeg and bmp.

Good Luck !
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by:ygal02
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PS
You didn't specify programming language, the above library is in c.
It's easy to use and have examples with it (if c is your programming language).
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by:ct.smith
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Not that this is immediately applicable, but Gamasutra has just run an article regarding JPEG compression/decompression.  It does pick out a few nice subtleties about the time critical paths and such, maakes it worth a read.

http://www.gamasutra.com/features/20020306/iorio_01.htm
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by:SunBow
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PaintShopPro for the snapshots:
http://www.jasc.com/
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by:SunBow
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For Visual add-on tools, shop @:
http://www.vbxtras.com
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by:SunBow
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fyi, this link
> but Gamasutra has just run

locked me up, destroyed my IE go-back buttons, asked for password and demanded enabling cookies. (beware)
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by:SunBow
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>or do a search on the jpeg specs

ditto, emphasis on last letter. It is a plural. (be_aware)
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by:ct.smith
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Oh, forgot about the password thing.  Start at www.gamasutra.com to register.  They're good about not spamming or dropping lots of tracking cookies, and the content is good, so registration is worthwhile there.

But destroying IE's buttons!  Hee, hee, yet another reason not to use IE!
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quirkyquirky's answers are so-o boring!
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