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Hi experts,

I have some problems with printing images (from digital camera) in Delphi.
The problem is that I use TQuickReport component for printing and it takes ages to display 4 JPEG images (approx. 2000 width and 1600 height) on an A4 paper format for preview.
When I convert them to bitmaps, the quality is too low and if I call Print procedure instead of Preview first, some (commonly 2) photos are not printed out.
Can some1 help me with this?
Does some1 know better component (which can use JPEG images - Rave is too complicated) or some source code to optimize the display speed?

regards
CyberGhost
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Mohammed Nasman earned 750 total points
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Hello

  I use FastReport as report engine, it's very powerful and fast, you could try it for printing the image, there's also free edition called Free Report

http://www.fast-report.com/en/

for printing images, May this link help you
http://www.efg2.com/Lab/Library/Delphi/Printing/#PrintBitmap

Regards,
Mohammed
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