Questions tagged [jpeg]

JPEG is a lossy image compression format, suitable for photographs and other natural images. It attempts to compress the image while retaining its visual appearance, while allowing the compressor to trade image quality for file size.

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What is the least JPG-compressible pattern? (camera shooting piece of cloth, scale/angle/lighting may vary)

I am trying to design a cloth that, from the point of view of a camera, is very difficult to compress with JPG, resulting in big-size files (or leading to low image quality if file size is fixed). It ...
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JPEG DCT padding

Since the JPEG DCT block used is 8x8, how does the method deal with images with dimensions that are not multiples of 8? What kind of padding does it use? How are the 8x8 blocks of the image chosen?
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2D DWT computation order

In 2D the discrete wavelet transform (DWT) of an image using lifting based 5/3 filter, if I perform a row-wise operation first then perform column-wise operation then I will get 4 sub-band LL, LH and ...
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number of cosine waves in DCT

Why is it $N\cdot N$ a sufficient number of cosine waves equal to the size of the image or to a portion of it to describe it (or a portion of it) completely without losing information applying the DCT....
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Blocking effect after reconstructuring the image. Jpeg compression [closed]

The image is splitted into 8x8 blocks each of which are processed through DCT, quantization, huffman encoding/decoding, dequantization and inverse dct and used to recontruct the image. But there is a ...