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Default Google reveals more web-friendly compression

Slow to compress quicker to open

Google Research come up with a better way of encoding JPEG images which can cut a third off JPEG image file-sizes with equal (or improved) appearance.

The whole thing comes a cost of greater time needed for compression but as far as the web is concerned that is not really an issue.

http://fudzilla.com/news/43154-googl...ly-compression
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