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Date Posted: 07:03:13 09/21/00 Thu
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Saved JPeg Smaller than Original
In reply to: Rea Berryman 's message, "Re: Saved JPeg Smaller than Original" on 20:27:10 09/20/00 Wed

Hi Rea,

When resaving a JPEG, the loss of quality occurs no matter where the JPEG is saved, in a database, on a file, in a memory stream, etc... It is the actually color information of the image that losses quality.

Best regards,


> Thanks Michel for the explanations. One last
> question... I hope!! :-) Is there a loss of quality if
> you simply stream it from disk into a database field?
> Thanks,
> Rea
> >
> > When storing in a database there is a loss of quality
> > too. JPEG is a format ideal when
> >
> > saving the image once, where it will no longer be
> > modified.

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