XnTriq (Lossless JPEG transformations) wrote:
- AnRy: JPEG Lossless Rotator (utilizes XnView's GFL-SDK)*
Have you ever thought that when you rotate a JPEG photo you lose its quality?
When you want to rotate a JPEG image or photo, most image editors decode the image, rotate the bitmap and then reencode the JPEG. This process slightly decreases the final image quality. But, unlike other tools, this does not recode your image but performs a special lossless block transformation. As a result, the rotated image has exactly the same quality as the original. Two possible thumbnail quality/speed settings, shell integration feature (this allows you to rotate a JPEG image through a right-click on the file), batch rotation (from the shell), EXIF-data display, and favorite folders option. Free, simple, and useful.
* jpgrotate.dll = libgfl254.dll
jpegrotate.dll = libgfle254.dll
madiazg wrote:imagen3D is a program that I have developed for the creation and basic edition of Anaglyph images from a couple of digital images taken from different angles.
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