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{{Glossary|'''FJPG''' is a JPEG flavor that supports display of high dynamic range ([[HDR]]) images for [[PTViewer]] 3.x|1}} introduced by Helmut Dersch. A FJPG file stores an additional block of data containing exponent values for each 8x8 pixel block of the normal [[JPEG]] image. This way JPEG is extended into a good compressed albeit a bit coarse HDR image format.
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'''FJPG''' {{Glossary|is a JPEG flavor that supports display of high dynamic range ([[HDR]]) images for [[PTViewer]] 3.x|1}} introduced by Helmut Dersch. A FJPG file stores an additional block of data containing exponent values for each 8x8 pixel block of the normal [[JPEG]] image. This way JPEG is extended into a good compressed albeit a bit coarse HDR image format.
  
 
A conversion program, a technical paper and [[PTViewer]] 3.1.2 which uses this file format for display of adaptive [[dynamic range]] panoramas and images can be found on Helmut Dersch's page: [http://webuser.fh-furtwangen.de/~dersch/]
 
A conversion program, a technical paper and [[PTViewer]] 3.1.2 which uses this file format for display of adaptive [[dynamic range]] panoramas and images can be found on Helmut Dersch's page: [http://webuser.fh-furtwangen.de/~dersch/]
 
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Latest revision as of 13:24, 24 October 2012

FJPG is a JPEG flavor that supports display of high dynamic range (HDR) images for PTViewer 3.x introduced by Helmut Dersch. A FJPG file stores an additional block of data containing exponent values for each 8x8 pixel block of the normal JPEG image. This way JPEG is extended into a good compressed albeit a bit coarse HDR image format.

A conversion program, a technical paper and PTViewer 3.1.2 which uses this file format for display of adaptive dynamic range panoramas and images can be found on Helmut Dersch's page: [1]

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