I'm making a Java applet that is used for image viewing. When the user clicks on the applet, the next image (in a jar-file) is displayed. Since I want to reduce download times. On some images the difference from the previous image is small and I have created an application that scans the images and only publishes the changes from the previous image.
In the paint routine, (lets say for picture 5), I paint Image1, Image2 etc.
It's obvious that when you are at the end of a long sequence, the painting of the next image takes forewer. Anyone that has any suggestions on how to quicly assemble the images. (Note it must also be possible to go backwards in the applet.)
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