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Old 26-05-2021, 04:04
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How to use Packjpg

Hi

I would like to pack my JPG files.

There is the PackJPG program.

How do I integrate PackJPG into FreeArc so that PackJPG compresses my image files?
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Old 26-05-2021, 11:17
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Code:
[External compressor:packjpg]
solid      = 0
packcmd    = packjpg.exe -np $$arcdatafile$$.jpg
unpackcmd  = packjpg.exe -np $$arcdatafile$$.pjg
datafile   = $$arcdatafile$$.jpg
packedfile = $$arcdatafile$$.pjg
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Code:
[External compressor:packjpg]
solid      = 0
packcmd    = packjpg.exe -np $$arcdatafile$$.jpg
unpackcmd  = packjpg.exe -np $$arcdatafile$$.pjg
datafile   = $$arcdatafile$$.jpg
packedfile = $$arcdatafile$$.pjg
Can u tell me from where u get all these commands
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[External compressor:brunsli]
packcmd = "media\brunsli_x64" c $$arcdatafile$$.jpg $$arcdatafile$$.brn
unpackcmd = brunsli_x64 d $$arcdatafile$$.brn $$arcdatafile$$.jpg
datafile = $$arcdatafile$$.jpg
packedfile = $$arcdatafile$$.brn
solid = 0
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Download a compressor i.e DiskSpan_GUI, then go to its resources folder and look for DiskSpan_x64.ini. Here you can learn about different compressors and how they are used.
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brunsli + RZ = slower but better compression

Is there also a compression that can be used to effectively compress RAW image formats?
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brunsli + RZ = slower but better compression

Is there also a compression that can be used to effectively compress RAW image formats?
LOLZ no?
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