JPEG XR

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|locfdd={{LoCFDD|fdd000243}}
 
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== Overview ==
 
 
'''JPEG XR''' is an image compression standard and file format. It supports both lossy and lossless compression. It was originally developed by Microsoft and called '''Windows Media Photo''', then '''HD Photo'''.
 
'''JPEG XR''' is an image compression standard and file format. It supports both lossy and lossless compression. It was originally developed by Microsoft and called '''Windows Media Photo''', then '''HD Photo'''.
  
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== Identification ==
 
== Identification ==
MIME type: '''image/vnd.ms-photo''' (?)
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Files start with bytes <code>49 49 BC 01</code>.
 
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Files start with <code>49 49 BC 01</code>.
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== Specifications ==
 
== Specifications ==
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== Software ==
 
== Software ==
* [https://jxrlib.codeplex.com/ jxrlib] (JxrDecApp, JxrEncApp)
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* [https://jxrlib.codeplex.com/ jxrlib]: JxrDecApp, JxrEncApp
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* [[Konvertor]]
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* [[XnView]]
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* [http://microsoft.com/ie Internet Explorer], starting with version 9
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== Sample files ==
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* http://www.shikino.co.jp/eng/products/ipcore/jpegxr.html
  
== External links ==
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== Links ==
 
* [[Wikipedia:JPEG XR|Wikipedia article]]
 
* [[Wikipedia:JPEG XR|Wikipedia article]]
  
 
[[Category:Microsoft]]
 
[[Category:Microsoft]]
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[[Category:JPEG (organization)]]
 
[[Category:TIFF]]
 
[[Category:TIFF]]

Latest revision as of 22:19, 15 October 2019

File Format
Name JPEG XR
Ontology
Extension(s) .jxr, .hdp, .wdp
MIME Type(s) image/vnd.ms-photo
LoCFDD fdd000243
PRONOM fmt/590
Released ≤2009

JPEG XR is an image compression standard and file format. It supports both lossy and lossless compression. It was originally developed by Microsoft and called Windows Media Photo, then HD Photo.

The JPEG XR file format is very similar to TIFF, though it is not compatible with it. The compression scheme is vaguely similar to the one used by lossy JPEG.

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Files start with bytes 49 49 BC 01.

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