"John P. Looney" wrote:
> I dunno about that. I was doing some playing around. Basically, taking a
> large 400k jpeg, and saving it as a 200k wavelet compressed image. It
> didn't look too bad, but it was far from indistingushable.
That was never going to be a good test. Both JPEG and wavelet only work
well on the original giant true colour image - as high quality as you
can get your hands on. When you go transcoding a file from one lossy
compression algorithm to a fundamentally different one, Bad Things will
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