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JPEG image compression FAQ, part 2/2
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The Acorn archive at micros.hensa.ac.uk contains several JPEG-capable
programs.  Read the file ftp://micros.hensa.ac.uk/micros/arch/riscos/
for retrieval instructions.  Recommended archive entries include:

b008 FYEO 2.02: For Your Eyes Only, fast JPEG/GIF image viewer (shareware)
a110 JPEG 6.a: IJG v6a software (JPEG<=>PPM,GIF,Targa) w/ desktop front end
a121 ChangeFSI 1.15: image format conversion and viewing
e018 SwiftJPEG 0.09: fast JPEG viewer, requires SpriteExtend 0.99

Another widely used image viewer/converter is Translator.  Current release
is 8.02, from http://www.inter.nl.net/users/J.Kortink.  Shareware.

SpriteExtend 0.99 comes with ROS 3.6, and is available for ROS 3.5 from
ftp.acorn.co.uk:/pub/riscos/releases/spriteextend.arc.  It provides very
fast JPEG decoding, but sacrifices image quality on 256-color displays.

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