|Parallelizeable jpeg like compression using only DCT, run length encoding stages, what sort of compression/performance possible?|
| by Progdis in Development Tools & Services|
We have to compress a ton o' (monochrome) image data and move it
quickly. If one were to just use the parallelizeable stages of jpeg
compression (DCT and run length encoding of the quantized results) and run
it on a GPU so each block is compressed in parallel I am hoping that would
be very fast and still yeild a very significant compression factor like
full jpeg does.
Does anyone wi
|I'm attempting to force gzip compression on a page using GZipStream but the browser says I'm using unsupported compression|
| by Davidpaul007 in Programming Languages|
I'm tring to implement what Steve Souders discusses
about forcing gzip compression
I've got a module that's running
void context_PreSendRequestHeaders(object sender,
var app = sender as HttpApplication;
var request = app.Request;
|InnoDB row format compression, MySQL compression or gzuncompress?|
| by Piercarlo Slavazza in Programming Languages|
Our App requires archiving of relatively large JSON objects.
Although these JSON objects do not require querying (which is part of
the reason we have not option for a NoSQL solution) they do require reading
I would like to know which compression method or
combination is the most desirable and performant, and why.
have set up the new InnoDB row
|Is Snappy compression appropriate for Mochiweb, HTTP compression?|
| by Thaweesak Suksuwan in Development Tools & Services|
I am using Snappy (https://github.com/fdmanana/snappy-erlang-nif) as a
zlib replacement for HTTP compression on a Mochiweb application.
While Snappy works in general for me, and zlib works fine for
compressing responses before sending them out, using Snappy as a zlib
replacement results in client-browsers garbling the response.
Does Snappy encode into utf-8 charset?
|Data Compression and Image Compression|
| by Daniel E. Renfer in Web Design|
Is there any difference between data compression and image compression
when compressing JPEG images?
|How to Calculate Compression in Compression Socks|
| by Barfo in Health|
Compression socks are specially designed to treat symptoms related to
varicose veins. Varicose veins are enlarged veins that do not properly
circulate blood and generally cause pain and weakness. Wearing
compressions socks helps blood circulation in the legs and relieves painful
swelling and aching. Compression socks are available in various levels of
compression depending on the severity of the
|Fractal image compression and image compression in Office and similar programs|
| by Vrki in Programming Languages|
I have read that fractal image compression can be capable of
reconstructing images, and then reconstruct them in any scale.
I have seen that programs like Word (97, 2000) can include images
which seem to be as small or smaller than the original one, if "special
paste" is used, and that the image can be resized.
possible that Word 97/2000 (and other programs, like m
|GIF LZW compression in C#|
| by IHateMyJob2004 in C & C++ & C#|
I'm currently working on a self-teaching exercise in programming in C#
to make an image decoder, I've produced several working solutions and so I
thought I should tackle GIFs before I moved on to the more complex PNG and
JPEG formats. My problem is that I'm really struggling to get my head round
coming up with an actual solution to decompressing the LZW sub-blocks. I am
just struggling to work
|Can I use Compression in WCF?|
| by Drift King in Web Design|
we hosted WCF services in IIS 5.1 wndows xp sp3 with
The data tranferered is huge in size and transfered
every 1 minute.
For this to less data transfer Is it possible to
compress the response of WCF service by using default http compression ?
Can I have some sample code / article for using http comression in WCF?
|What Is a Compression Tee?|
| by The Merg in Fashion, Style & Personal Care|
Tight-fitting clothing, such as compression shorts and compression tees
(T-shirts), have become increasingly popular in the United States. The
increased attention can be attributed to the success of sports apparel
company Under Armour for introducing its compression products.
FabricCompression tees are made of a blend of mainly polyester with a small
amount of spandex. This combination allows t