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Tag: JPEG2000 Codec

Comprimato official blog about coding, decoding, jpeg2000 and topics associated with video compression.

JPEG2000 decoding reaches limit of PCI express 3.0

We at Comprimato are developing a JPEG2000 codec which is accelerated on GPUs and with the latest NVIDIA cards with Pascal architecture e.g. Quadro GP100 or Quadro P6000 we found the speed of PCI express 3.0 as a limiting factor for the speed of our JPEG2000 codec. The theoretical speed of PCI express 3.0 x16 […]

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by Matúš Madzin
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March 14th, 2017

The new era of large image processing

We all know about the explosion in the size of images we need to deal with, both in the expanding resolution of individual frames and the overwhelming total volume of data. The amount of detail and information that we can now capture has tremendous benefits, from immersive entertainment to medical diagnoses to breakthrough remote sensing. […]

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by Michal Hrnčiřík
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February 7th, 2017

JPEG2000 lossless compression for medical imaging

JPEG2000 lossless format stores medical images in their original uncompressed form while it significantly reduces storage requirements. Storing medical image data in the uncompressed form is fundamental for accurate medical diagnosis. JPEG2000 format uses true mathematically lossless compression that allows to reduce size of an image about 2x to 2.5x. This brings about 60% reduction of storage space. The key attribute […]

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by Jiří Matela
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November 25th, 2016

New release boosts GPU JPEG2000 encoding by 20%

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BRNO – Comprimato a tech startup has announced the new release of its JPEG2000 GPU encoder and decoder. The system, which has already been outperforming other compression methods, is now another 20% faster at encoding. Thanks to NVIDIA CUDA, Comprimato can encode 4K signal at speeds up to 83 frames per second (for further details, […]

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by comprimato
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January 19th, 2016