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Hello all,

I am implementing JPEG-LS for my very specific use, but I am not being
able to fine proper specifications for it's format. Can anybody please
help me out and come forward with some good file format specification.
I shall be very thankful.
Amit Bhatia
India

Jun 30 '06 #1
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bhatia wrote:
I am implementing JPEG-LS for my very specific use, but I am not being
able to fine proper specifications for it's format. Can anybody please
help me out and come forward with some good file format specification.
I shall be very thankful.


This is not a C++ language question and is thus off-topic here. See
this FAQ for what is on-topic here:

http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lit...t.html#faq-5.9

Try in sci.image.processing or comp.dsp.

Cheers! --M

Jun 30 '06 #2

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My question is very much related to c++. I am writing code for the same
in c++. May be some one help me out by telling me some good location
from where I can download code for it's implementation. I don't think
this is anything to get hyper about.
mlimber wrote:
bhatia wrote:
I am implementing JPEG-LS for my very specific use, but I am not being
able to fine proper specifications for it's format. Can anybody please
help me out and come forward with some good file format specification.
I shall be very thankful.


This is not a C++ language question and is thus off-topic here. See
this FAQ for what is on-topic here:

http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lit...t.html#faq-5.9

Try in sci.image.processing or comp.dsp.

Cheers! --M


Jul 1 '06 #3

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bhatia wrote:
My question is very much related to c++. I am writing code for the same
in c++. May be some one help me out by telling me some good location
from where I can download code for it's implementation. I don't think
this is anything to get hyper about.


Nobody's trying to be rude, just that the people on this group are
focused on the finer aspects of the C++ programming language. Even
though you're using the language, your question's main point is in
handling image file formats -- something people here aren't concerned
about. Please follow the links given above. Good luck!

Jul 1 '06 #4

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bhatia wrote:
My question is very much related to c++. I am writing code for the same
in c++. May be some one help me out by telling me some good location
from where I can download code for it's implementation. I don't think
this is anything to get hyper about.


Don't top-post.

The fact that you're intending to do an implementation in C++ is
irrelevant, because what you're asking about is the format and/or
compression algorithm itself, neither of which is on-topic here. This
is also not a "sources wanted" newsgroup.

As a general rule, before posting to a newsgroup, read the FAQ to
determine what's on-topic. Should you fail to do this, and be *told*
that you are off-topic, then you should *definitely* go and read the
FAQ to determine whether this is in fact the case (easily true in 90%
or more of cases) or whether the person telling you so is in error.

Put another way, your question is exactly as on-topic as me asking
directions to the bookstore to buy a book on C++. It may relate in
some way to C++, but it's not on-topic. This group is for dicussion of
the C++ *language*.

Also, don't top-post (it bears repeating).

Luke

Jul 1 '06 #5

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On 30 Jun 2006 22:55:59 -0700, "bhatia" <am**************@gmail.com>
wrote:
mlimber wrote:
bhatia wrote:
> I am implementing JPEG-LS for my very specific use, but I am not being
> able to fine proper specifications for it's format. Can anybody please
> help me out and come forward with some good file format specification.
> I shall be very thankful.
This is not a C++ language question and is thus off-topic here. See
this FAQ for what is on-topic here:

http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lit...t.html#faq-5.9

Try in sci.image.processing or comp.dsp.

Cheers! --M


[Top posting fixed]My question is very much related to c++. I am writing code for the same
in c++. May be some one help me out by telling me some good location
from where I can download code for it's implementation. I don't think
this is anything to get hyper about.

When I typed "JPEG-LS" into Google I got 54,300 hits, the first of
which was an HP site with what looked like some technical pdfs
describing JPEG-LS, which appears to be a HP designed format.

If you have a problem with your C++ code then post the problem code
here and we will try to help you.

rossum
Jul 1 '06 #6

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