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Hi,

I'm sorry if this doesn't really fit here, but could you help me with a small question?

I've got the task to write a small text about JPEG, and there's this quality slider when you're saving a JPEG. Now there's a question I can't answer yet: where does the JPEG compression algorithm include that quality parameter?

I'm not sure, does it make the compressed blocks larger or does it influence the quantization matrix?

Would be great if you could help me until tomorrow evening. :D

Chris :)

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HAH! :D

What I found: http://www.ams.org/featurecolumn/archiv ... ssion.html (via English Wikipedia article talk page). I think that's ok for my work...

Funny enough, I found it by simply trying out the different Wikipedia articles and their talkpages. Needed 15 minutes to find it, after searching the web with Google for about 6 weeks now. Google isn't omnipresent so far. :lol:

Thanks anyways,

Chris :)

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