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JIU (Java Imaging Utilities) is a Java library for pixel images. It can read and write a number of popular image file formats. Several algorithms for image editing, analysis, and processing are implemented. A GUI demo application, Javadoc API documentation, and a manual are provided as well.

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2007-04-21 00:45
0.14.2

This release adds a significant speed-up of the
scaling class Resample,
example programs and an introductory tour on the
Web site, static
convenience methods for simpler usage of
often-used features, and
support for 16 bit channel images with some
operations. It fixes a
number of issues which led to compiler warnings.
Tags: Minor feature enhancements

2006-12-16 21:27
0.14.1

A bug was fixed that kept the ImageLoader class
from closing open files, leading to errors of the
type "too many open files" at some point.
Tags: Minor bugfixes

2005-10-30 20:10
0.13.0

An implementation of ReduceRGB was added. The
documentation was cleaned up. A JPEG codec was
started, but does not work yet. A small speed
improvement was made in Resample. A French
translation of jiuawt was added.
Tags: Minor feature enhancements

2004-07-07 19:57
0.12.0

This release adds a PNG codec (read and write), a GIF codec (write only), and a class for 48 bit RGB image data.
Tags: Minor feature enhancements

2003-08-29 22:49
0.11.0

This release adds support for 16 bit grayscale images, a popularity quantizer and median cut contour removal, and an operation for batch processing of files and directory trees. jiuawt can load an image on startup, the zoom level is maintained after image changes, and there is a warning dialog when exiting and changes are not saved. A bug with ImageCodec.setFile has been fixed. Unused import statements have been removed. All Javadoc warnings have been fixed. The development version is now available from a CVS repository.
Tags: Minor feature enhancements

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