MIME type: image/jpeg JPEG raster image and compression format. Commonly used for photographic images by digital cameras and on the web. JPEG is an acronym for Joint Photographic Experts Group. Supports RGB and CMYK color spaces. Stores images as bitmaps at a resolution of 8 bits per color channel. Binary format. Uses a lossy compression method based on an 8×8 block-sized discrete cosine transform. Supports different compression levels.
whether to store the image in a way that allows progressive display while the file is being loaded
the JPEG smoothing parameters, given as a number in the range 0 to 1
With a setting Automatic, Mathematica attempts to create a JPEG file that has the same color space as the image to be exported. For a list of possible settings, see the reference page for ColorConvert.
When exporting a raster image to JPEG, no smoothing filter is applied by default.
can be set to values in the range from 0 to 1, with larger values resulting in smaller file sizes.
Since JPEG uses a lossy compression method, higher compression levels correspond to lower-quality encodings.