NET SDK for JBIG2 Decoding/Encoding as JBIG2 or PDF file
An add-on to DotImage with runtime royalty-free options
DotImage JBIG2 Codec DotImage JBIG2 codec can be used to decode and encode JBIG2 images using the Microsoft .NET Framework.
DotImage JBIG2 Codec Overview
- Ability to decode any page from a 1-bit JBIG2 image.
- Supports Lossless or Lossy compression
- Supports encoding or decoding from any stream
- Read a specified region from an existing JBIG2 image stream.
- Runtime Royalty Free licensing options
Using JBig2 compression can cut your file size by over 90% compared to uncompressed files:
| Document || Uncompressed || CCIT Group IV || JBIG2 Lossless || JBIG2 Lossy || |
| 3-page FAX, 1728 x 2293 || 1,454 Kb || 121 Kb || 24 Kb || 23 Kb || 26 Kb |
| Strip Chart Grid Scan, 9760 x 6976 || 8,321 Kb || 1,088 Kb || 675 Kb || 674 Kb || 676 Kb |
| Mechanical CAD drawing, 9259 x 6816 || 7,716 Kb || 206 Kb || 104 Kb || 100 Kb || 105 Kb |
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The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011