|⇒ Category:||Raster Image Files|
|⇒ Developer:||Joint Photographic Experts Group|
📌 A .J2K extension serves for storing compressed bitmap images in the JPEG 2000 tech schema. Particularly, it is fully compatible with alpha transparency and 16-bit color and may utilize either lossless or lossy compression type. In basic cases, the .J2K file entries store digital photographs and shots. The custom .J2K algorithm definition was originally invented and opened up in 2000 by the JPEG committee. As it has been decided from the start, the new algorithm was intended to replace the outdated JPEG standard. Nevertheless, several peculiar platforms and apps have finally adapted the technological format specification, and JPEG is still favorably accepted by the global online-community until nowadays. The JPEG 2000 graphics may utilize several alternate format definitions instead of the .J2K entry type, such as .JPX and .JP2 layouts.
📌 .J2K samples are completely supported, maintained and can be opened by the majority of modern graphical editors and viewers, such as Canvas X Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Corel PaintShop Pro, CorelDRAW Graphics Suite, IrfanView, etc. The .J2K records can also be converted to alternate shapes and constitutions with the aid of noted earlier apps and solutions. Thus, you may decompress the .J2K item contents into .GIF, .PNG, .PSD, .TIF, .JPG, .BMP, .TGA, and a lot of other auxiliary object categories. Among the suitable converters, Lemkesoft GraphicConverter and Adobe Photoshop packages should be specified on the first hand. The .file schema is effortlessly recognizable on Windows and Mac platforms, while Android and iOS systems are not suggested to uncover and open the .J2K item entry.