Multiview JPEG slow

Multiview JPEG slow

Post by Everett M. Gree » Fri, 20 Jun 1997 04:00:00



I have observed that when using Multiview to view JPEG
pictures, it takes just a little short of forever to get
something on the screen.  Even after the conversion work
has been done, the "loading" phase takes the better part
of a minute.  I also know from running other programs
concurrently that nothing is happening a good portion of
the time while Multiview is doing its preliminary processing.

I contrast this speed with HamLabPlus which can display the
same picture in matter of seconds.

 
 
 

Multiview JPEG slow

Post by Hannu Nevalaine » Mon, 23 Jun 1997 04:00:00


> + On 20-Jun-97 08:35:53

>I have observed that when using Multiview to view JPEG
>pictures, it takes just a little short of forever to get
>something on the screen.  Even after the conversion work
>has been done, the "loading" phase takes the better part
>of a minute.  I also know from running other programs
>concurrently that nothing is happening a good portion of
>the time while Multiview is doing its preliminary processing.
>I contrast this speed with HamLabPlus which can display the
>same picture in matter of seconds.

 Check if you can find a newer JPEG/JFIF datatype. That is the piece of
software that your complaint is about.

 Hannu E. K. Nevalainen  -  http://www.it.kth.se/~henk/
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Multiview JPEG slow

Post by Gunther Ni » Mon, 23 Jun 1997 04:00:00



>  Check if you can find a newer JPEG/JFIF datatype. That is the piece of
> software that your complaint is about.

  No, Multiview is slow since it doesn't know anything about the
  picture.datatype V43 and about screens > 8bit.

  Gunther

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