I want to develop a compressing software for an ebook reader
Sir... i want to develop a compressing software for an ebook reader which supports only a limited storage size for files like jpeg, gif or any image file.. how to solve this... how to develop a compressing software... what its plan required ..etc. What cost it may be? etc.. reply sir.
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I too have searched for PDF readers for china mobile.
So, I converted the PDF file into TXT from "A-PDF Text Extractor".
After converting, I copied the TXT file into the Memory Card and opened it from E Book reader in H1. And it worked well.
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Jpeg 2000 is another image format specification developed by the JPEG group (Joint Picture Experts group) It's a more compressible and potentially higher quality image/picture format. Common file extensions include J2k and jp2.
In order to view JPEG2000 images, you'll need to obtain some software that supports this format. There are likely many references to available software, you'll have to determine your needs and which particular software that you prefer.
The image you are trying to view is very big. Please reduce the size of the image. (Dimensions width and height)
Also another possibilty is that actual size of the image is too big. for example an uncompressed BMP image can easily be 2,3,5 Mbytes in size (if this is the case please compress to JPEG,or GIF format first)
Phones have limitations to the above two things and cannot handle very difficult tasks.
TIP: If you want to use this image as a desktop for your phone resize at only 128x 160 pixels, (or 28 x 35 mm) which is your screen resolution. The phone is capable to squize larger pictures automatically to this size but the speed of the phone may be affected as it has to do that continously.
It cannot be set as desktop background... Powerpoint presentation file extention is .ppt while desktop background file extension are.. jpeg, jpg, bmp, gif......etc .gif file is the animation file. U can use the software to convert .ppt to .gif and hence set it as desktop background.
I don't think you will find any major difference in quality with Epson's 3000 or 3100 compresssion compared to Canon's. I use the 3000z and shoot in low compression giving a file size about 850k - 1000k.
JPEG format storage is ideal for posting your photos to the Internet and for e-mailing them to friends. (It’s also useful for archiving when you've finished editing them and need to save storage space.) The compressed images still look good on-screen and contain a relatively large amount of information in the shrunken file.
JPEG storage is great for maximizing space but not for maintaining image quality. If you want to get smaller files for archiving, use minimal JPEG compression (high quality/low compression). The ideal compression is lossless, which means there's no discernible drop in image quality even though the file size has decreased.
The building blocks of your image library are the actual file formats in which you save your images. There are two major formats: compressed and uncompressed.
• The advantage of uncompressed storage is that you can save a maximum amount of image-forming information for color fidelity and clarity.
• Compressed file formats get rid of some information to shrink the file size (thereby increasing a disk's storage capacity).
We recommend saving all your work-in-progress images (equivalent to the negatives in film cameras) as TIFF files. This way they will remain at maximum quality, so you can create other versions for printing or e-mailing, and can save them in smaller, compressed files like JPEGs. The advantage is that you'll always be able to recreate an effect or enhancement by starting with the original TIFF file without losing image integrity.