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JPEG

 (jā′pĕg′)
n. Computers
1. A standard algorithm for the compression of digital images.
2. A digital image stored as a file so compressed: a JPEG of a cat.

[J(oint) P(hotographic) E(xperts) G(roup).]
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JPEG

(ˈdʒeɪˌpɛɡ)
n
(Computer Science) computing
a. a standard file format for compressing pictures by disposing of redundant pixels
b. a picture held in this file format
c. (as modifier): a JPEG image.
[C20: technique devised by the J(oint) P(hotographic) E(xperts) G(roup)]
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JPEG

(ˈdʒeɪ pɛg)
n.
1. a set of standards and file format for compression of digital images.
2. a digital image compressed in this format.
[1990–95; J(oint) P(hotographic) E(xperts) Group)]
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JPEG

A high-compression format for graphics files used widely on the Internet.
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Translations

JPEG

Jpeg [ˈdʒeɪpeg]
n (= format, image) → JPEG m
modif
JPEG image → image f en format JPEG
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jpeg

n (Comput) → JPEG nt; jpeg file/formatJPEG-Datei f/-Format nt
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The new JPEGs are compatible to most present generation devices and browsers, and Guetzli is also free of cost.
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Jpegs can be cropped, scaled and saved for printing through online photo processing services such as FotoInsight.com, which offers personalised postcards and greeting cards in Europe.
According to Aladdin most gateway-level security solutions inspect incoming e-mail attachments, not all inspect JPEGS and other content in HTTP and the company's research has reportedly found that almost 15% of all malicious code arrives from non e-mail protocols, which makes it vital to inspect HTTP traffic.
You can also export your recorded snapshots as pictures or movies on your Mac as BMPs, JPEGs, QuickTime images, and other formats.
Due to problems with irradiated mail in Washington, D.C., squadrons are requested to email the articles and photos (saved as separate jpegs at 300 dpi) no later than 1 February 2003 to: sandy.russell@navy.mil.
Used carefully, jpegs produce perfectly good images and millions of sites contain many jpegs.
A TEXAN company is claiming to own the rights to Jpegs, the picture standard developed by the Joint Picture Experts Group and which is used on the web and digital cameras.