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Does anyone know of a JPEG 2000 viewer component for Delphi 6?
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i don't think so

see:

http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=02/04/07/1948233&mode=thread

the standard isn't finished yet.
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but when it's done check www.torry.ru asap
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Thanks
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Hi,
sorry for coming late..
This is probably fastest JPEG2000 (*.j2k) decompression library existing (though not designed for us with Delphi, it comes with some examples for Delphi). Tested and works OK (D7)

http://j2k-codec.com/

regards,
odissey1
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