Re: JPEG Rendering on Different Screens
- Hi Michael
You are absolutely right - after bluetoothing back to a pc it is
clear it is not the original jpeg. It does not seem to be solely
network dependent as I have had good and bad results on both ORANGEUK
and TMOBILEUK so it appears their recoding proxy only takes effect
for files of a certain size or resolution. Anyhow thanks for pointing
this out - to be investigated further...
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Michael Kaye <michael@...>
> Hi Mark,
> I'm assuming this is some UK traffic here...
> When you say you tried different handsets, was that different
> on different networks?recoding
> I know that some networks (at least ORANGEUK, VODAFONEUK) have
> proxies that are a 'bit' aggressive.has
> I've noticed this is most obvious with ORANGEUK, where their proxy
> been spotted resizing an exactly sized JPEG to the same size asbefore,
> but introducing additional JPEG artifacts in the process, andincreasing
> the size by 4/3.get
> As a suggestion, I'd consider using bluetooth or a memory card to
> the pictures off the handset and view them side by side on a PCmonitor.
> If it's actually the handset causing this, then I imagine the imagesimages
> will look the same (and please tell me if this is the case, as I've
> never seen it happen before), but if it's the networks, then the
> will be of differing quality.(Samsung
> Mark Knoop wrote:
> > Hi
> > I have noticed that jpegs which look great on some phones eg Sony
> > Ericsson W810i, Nokia 6288 look a bit pants on other handsets
> > SGH-Z560, Sony Ericsson K800i) even though they are both new 3Gsuffer?
> > handsets with (seemingly) high quality displays.
> > Has anyone else come across this?
> > Could it be that screens are now optimised for video and so jpgs
> > Do I need to be thinking about resizing my jpegs using different
> > filters (cubic, gaussian etc) for use on different handsets?
> > Cheers
> > Mark
> Michael Kaye
> Senior Software Developer
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