JPEG XL image format reference implementation
> Specifically for JPEG files, the default cjxl behavior is to apply lossless recompression and the default djxl behavior is to reconstruct the original JPEG file (when the extension of the output file is .jpg).
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> High quality progressive decoding at reduced filesizes is a big positive for me.
This is really cool!
Honestly, I want to use regular progressive JPEGs for a current project of mine, but it seems that even that doesn't have support in all the tech stacks yet despite how long it's been around for, for example: https://github.com/SixLabors/ImageSharp/issues/449
Here's hoping that in the case of JPEG-XL this will be more commonplace!
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