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JPEG++An extension to the JPEG format from Storm Technology, Mountain View, CA, that allowed picture areas to be selectable for different ratios. For example, the background could be compressed higher than the foreground image. Areas containing text could be compressed very little, while the rest of the image could be compressed a lot. Storm Technology closed its doors in 1998. See JPEG.
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