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β‡’ Category:Raster Image Files
β‡’ Developer:Joint Photographic Experts Group

πŸ“Œ A .JPF data container is based on the visual images stored in the JPEG 2000 (JP2) extension, which afterwards became a successor to the .JPEG resource definition. Originally, the .JPF schema is compliant with image transparency and may incorporate lossless or lossy encoding principles. .JPF file items are also capable of storing and opening metadata which explicitly define the image parameters and tagged markers. In practice, the .JPF records usually store digital photos. Nevertheless, they may also handle and process other categories of visual data, such as medical scans and satellite map imagery. The .JP2 algorithm was initially designed and opened up by the JPEG association to finally replace the obsolete .JPEG tech logic. Despite the growing spread of the .JP2 items, the former JPEG mechanics are still widely utilized by the web-community and industry members.

How to open an .JPF file?

πŸ“Œ .JPF graphical objects are perfectly supported, opened and reviewed by multiple common image viewers and editors. Actually, you may install almost any third-party graphical viewer, such as IrfanView, XnViewMP, Apple Preview in order to reveal and uncover proper .JPF entry contents, customize its layers, filters, effects, colorization, etc. At last, if there is such a requirement, the respective user may decompress or convert the .JPF graphics into an alternate shape or constitution by referencing the relevant editor, such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW Graphics Suite, or other compatible software package. It should be strictly mentioned that .JPF instances can also be stored as .JPX or .JP2 items, in conjunction with source .J2K entry logic, all of which are smoothly supported by Windows and Mac-systems.

Programs to open .JPF file - JPEG 2000 Image

  • Windows
  • Mac OS
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