What does it mean

JPEG is an acronym for Joint Photographic Experts Group, which denotes a file format for digital images.

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The JPEG format uses lossy compression, which means that some information and details are removed when saving the file to achieve a smaller file size. This format is mainly used for storing and sharing photographs and other images on the internet, in electronic documents, or on various devices. Since the JPEG format is capable of preserving high image quality at a relatively small file size, it is very popular and widely used in digital photography.

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