oint hotographic xperts roup. Used to refer to the standard they developed for still-image compression, which is sanctioned by the International Standards Organization (ISO). By far, the most common type of image file found on the web today. JPEG (or just JPG) files allow high quality image files, such as photographs, to be compressed into smaller file sizes while still retaining a quality image.
"Joint Photography Experts Group". A compressed image format, often used for photographic images. The extension can be .jpg or .jpeg.
a bitmap format commonly used to display graphics on the Internet
a common, compressed graphic format that is easily viewed on the Internet
a compressed raster or bitmapped graphic image
a special file that efficiently stores a compressed image
Usually carries the file extension .JPG. The current favorite image format among Web surfers and graphics professionals, JPEG images are highly compressed to save more space than a BMP or GIF file. Back to Top Page
Joint Photographic Experts Group is a standard compression format for high-resolution color images.
A type of image file used in Web pages. These files end with the .jpeg or .jpg file extensions. SiteCLERK's Image Kit supports .jpeg files.