Chris Johnson has released a new version of TranJPEG (mirror), an application that allows a number of transformations to be applied to JPEG images in a lossless manner, by acting as a front-end to the IJPG ‘jpegtran’ command-line utility. Version 1.33 sees several bugs squashed, and an option to overwrite the original file when processing.
Can I stop being so busy now, please? Pretty please? Aw, go on…
Observant readers will no doubt have noticed a low post count on RISCOSitory since the Southwest Show – a grand total of eight, in fact, including the show report itself, and this year’s April Fool. As is often the case, this is because I’ve been too busy to devote time to this site (or anything RISC OS-related in general).
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Thanks to a previous engagement being cancelled, an unexpectedly free day means I can – finally – root through my archive of possible news and put together a snippets-post of things that really ought to have been reported on before now on RISCOSitory.
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Chris Johnson, well known for a number of applications, in particular the likes of Snapper and SyncDiscs, both of which began life with David Pilling and later taken over by Chris, recently announced version 1.00 of TranJPEG (mirror), soon followed by updates to version 1.10 and 1.20, which presents a RISC OS front-end for the Independent JPEG Group command-line utility “jpegtran”, giving the user a friendly and easy way to make use of the features it provides.