JPEG XL

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'''JPEG XL''' is a work-in-progress compressed image format and/or file format that is yet another attempt to be the next [[JPEG]]. It was first announced around 2017-08. It is expected to be released as ISO/IEC 18181.
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'''JPEG XL''' is a work-in-progress compressed image format and/or file format that is yet another attempt to be the next [[JPEG]]. It was first announced around 2017-08. It is expected to be published as ISO/IEC 18181.
  
 
== Identification ==
 
== Identification ==
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* [http://gigazine.net/gsc_news/en/20170815-jpeg-xl-call-for-draft/ Gigazine article] (2017-08-15)
 
* [http://gigazine.net/gsc_news/en/20170815-jpeg-xl-call-for-draft/ Gigazine article] (2017-08-15)
 
* [https://arxiv.org/abs/1908.03565 Committee Draft of JPEG XL] (2019-08)
 
* [https://arxiv.org/abs/1908.03565 Committee Draft of JPEG XL] (2019-08)
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* [https://www.iso.org/standard/77977.html ISO/IEC 18181]
 
* [https://www.slideshare.net/cloudinarymarketing/imagecon-2019-jon-sneyer Slides from Imagecon 2019 presentation]
 
* [https://www.slideshare.net/cloudinarymarketing/imagecon-2019-jon-sneyer Slides from Imagecon 2019 presentation]
 
* [https://google.github.io/brunsli/ JPEG ↔ JPEG XL transcoder]
 
* [https://google.github.io/brunsli/ JPEG ↔ JPEG XL transcoder]

Latest revision as of 22:30, 15 October 2019

File Format
Name JPEG XL
Ontology
Extension(s) .jxl
Released 2019 (draft)

JPEG XL is a work-in-progress compressed image format and/or file format that is yet another attempt to be the next JPEG. It was first announced around 2017-08. It is expected to be published as ISO/IEC 18181.

[edit] Identification

Based on draft information, JPEG XL is technically defined as a union of three different top-level formats:

  • Normal JPEG XL files, which start with bytes ff 0a.
  • Lossless JPEG1 recompressed files, which start with 0a 04 42 d2 d5 4e (see Brunsli).
  • Most standard JPEG files, which start with ff d8 ff e0.

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