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Hi,

are there any chances for support of JPEG 2000 format? As you know, this format produces very small losless files and Photo can give it a second chance. It can successfully replace JPG and TIF files and if it is possible to add layers to it, it would be fantastic.


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Hey Petar,

 

I know this is not straight out of Affinity, but for the time being what about XNview or XnConvert?


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 JPEG 2000 is not lossless. Also JPEG is mainly used for delivery format and customers need to be able to open files reliably.

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JPEG 2000 does have a lossless compression mode.

 

If one is not looking for a highly compressed image, then IMO, we are better off just sticking with things that are widely supported like TIFF.

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 JPEG 2000 is not lossless. Also JPEG is mainly used for delivery format and customers need to be able to open files reliably.

 

You can choose between lossless or not.


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While we're talking about stuff like that, add export for JXR? It imports it already (So the libs are there :P) and while the compression might be a little bit behind jpeg2000, it's sooo much faster to compress and uncompress.

 

Not enough good lossy + lossless 16bit capable file formats out there (with support at least) :).

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