JPEG

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JPEG is technically an acronym for Joint Photographic Experts Group, the committee that created the JPEG compression standard for digitized photographic images.[1] However, JPEG is commonly used JPEG in reference to images compressed with the compression algorithm specified in JPEG standards. JPEG images are usually compressed using a lossy compression algorithm, but lossless JPEG compression is also specified.

File extensions

  • .jpg
  • .jpeg
  • .jpeg2000 (JP2)
  • .jpe
  • .jif
  • .jfif
  • .jfi

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