library for accession of large images
DescriptionThe JPedal JBIG2 Image Decoder is a 100% pure Java image decoder for the JBIG2 file format. The decoder takes the JBIG2 image processing technology developed for the JPedal PDF renderer and makes it available as a generic library for more general usage. It offers the ability to allow developers to add JBIG2 image rendering capabilities to their own applications, through a simple and easy to use API. In its simplest form it allows developers to load in a JBIG2 encoded datastream and convert that into a BufferedImage.
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