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Making Visually Lossless JPGs

Let me start with an introduction. We can consider several types of images, depending on our workflow. 1. Source files For example, think of the photos that you took on a trip with your phone. They ...
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Preserving All Frames

I don't think you understand how image resolution works. Once you lower an image file resolution, you're deleting details from it - these details don't exist anywhere anymore, so you can't bring it ...
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Preserving All Frames

No, you cannot down save a file and then get back the original resolution. There is always going to be a trade-off between quality and space. Lossless quality inherently requires more storage space ...
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From Raster to Vector

The answer to your question is tentatively: No. The answer to this question is is dependent on how you define quality. And if your asking then the answer is almost certainly no. But look at the ...
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From Raster to Vector

The answer is the same as the other post. Use Virtual Dub 2. It has filters to resample the video. If you want to upscale individual images use Upscaly. https://www.futuretools.io/tools/upscayl But ...
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8bit Image to 24bit Image

I make a gif file, which would be 8bit, right? No, it would be an indexed file that has used a 8 bit slice of 24 bit color space. This is not same as being 8 bits, its not measuring same thing. Now ...
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8bit Image to 24bit Image

One option on PC is to take VirtualDub2 which is free. https://sourceforge.net/projects/vdfiltermod/files/ Open the Gif. Export to whatever you need. Probably an image sequence. If you choose PNG ...
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What is the best way of restoring the level of brightness on an image?

It would be possible to adjust these using levels adjustments, however the brightness and contrast seems to vary in different parts of these images, so this would involve making different selections ...
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Can a bmp image be 16bit depth?

Oh. Ok. Your hardware is asking for a "raw" raster image because it does not want to decode it (JPG or PNG files need to be decoded). This is common on hardware that can afford a decent ...
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