Microsoft Takes on the JPEG

“Microsoft’s new Windows Media Photo image format specification is finally seeing the light of day. The software company began lobbying for WMPhoto to repl

“Microsoft’s new Windows Media Photo image format specification is finally seeing the light of day. The software company began lobbying for WMPhoto to replace the JPEG image format this week at WindowsHEC in Seattle. Microsoft has taken the image compression spec out of development and has labeled it as a final release. There is also word that MS is keeping the standard totally free, but licensing details are still being worked out.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE