MIME type: image/jp2 JPEG2000 raster image and compression format. Used for photographic images. JPEG is an acronym for Joint Photographic Experts Group. Binary file format. Supports a variety of color resolutions and opacity. Uses lossy or lossless compression based on wavelet transforms. Can store images as an array of rectangular tiles that are encoded separately.
Import and Export support the JP2 file format as well as the JPEG2000 features specified in Part 1 of the ISO 15444 standard.
Allowed settings for are integers in the range from 1 to 31.
Possible values of range from 0 to 1, with larger values corresponding to smaller file sizes.
For lossy compression methods, a higher compression level corresponds to a lower quality encoding.
specifies the default size of the image tiles in a JPEG2000 file, and is normally set to a value of the form . The tiles in the bottom row and the rightmost column may be smaller than the default size.