JPEG (JPG)


JPEG (JPG)

JPEG is a standard format developed by the Joint Photographic Experts Group. Through the use of superior compression techniques, this format allows the transfer of files among a wide variety of platforms. JPEG supports 8-bit grayscale, 24-bit RGB, and 32-bit CMYK color modes.

The JPEG format is commonly used on the Web. For more information, see “Optimizing bitmaps for the Web.”


To import a JPEG file

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Click File CorelDRAW onestep JPEG (JPG) Import.
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Locate the folder in which the file is stored.
3.
 
Do one of the following:
(Windows Vista) Choose JPG – JPEG Bitmaps (*.jpg; *.jtf; *.jff; *.jpeg) from the list box next to the File name box.
(Windows XP) Choose JPG – JPEG Bitmaps from the Files of type list box.
4.
 
Click the filename.
5.
 
Click Import.
6.
 

You can also
Resample a graphic while importing
Crop a graphic while importing
For more information, see “To crop a bitmap while importing.”

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You can drag on the drawing page to resize the image.

To export a JPEG file

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Click File CorelDRAW onestep JPEG (JPG) Export.
2.
 
Locate the folder in which you want to save the file.
3.
 
Choose JPG – JPEG bitmaps from the Save as type list box.
4.
 
Type a filename in the File name list box.
5.
 
Click Export.
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In the Convert to bitmap dialog box, adjust the width, height, resolution, color mode, or any of the other settings, and click OK.
If you chose Paletted (8-bit) from the Color mode list box, the Convert to paletted dialog box appears. Adjust any of the settings, and click OK.
7.
 
In the JPEG export dialog box, enable one of the following check boxes:
Progressive — loads the image gradually in certain browsers so that you can see portions of the image before it finishes loading
Optimize — uses the optimal encoding method to produce the smallest file size
8.
 
From the Sub format list box, choose one of the following encoding methods:
Standard (4:2:2) — creates a smaller file with some image quality loss
Optional (4:4:4) — creates a larger file, but preserves image quality

You can also
Set the quality of the image resolution
Move the Compression slider.
Smooth the transitions between adjacent pixels of different colors
Move the Smoothing slider.

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You can zoom in to get a closer look at the image by clicking in the Original window. You can zoom out by right-clicking in the Original window.

JPEG technical notes

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JPEG files can contain EXIF data. This data may affect how the JPEG files open.