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VisualApplets 3 Libraries JPEG Compression Library - VisualApplets
JPEG compression for color and grey images in real time
The new JPEG_Encoder operator in the VisualApplets JPEG library compresses 8-bit grey images with a variable image compression rate in real time on the FPGA. The JPEG Color library is implemented for 24-bit RGB color images. Reducing the raw image data means that more image data can be processed for continuous data streaming. On FPGA-based image processing devices compatible with VisualApplets, such as frame grabbers, vision sensors and cameras, the operator makes it possible to reach very high data rates. Limited only by the FPGA resources, this can be freely scaled to adjust the implementation of the application to the desired data rate.
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