Since its inception in 1992, the JPEG file format has been the go-to means for sharing photographs. While many have tried to replace it, its compression capabilities and ubiquitous support has greatly accounted for its success.
Now, there’s a new image format looking to take over. It’s called Better Portable Graphics (BPG) and its strength lies in its ability to produce JPEG quality images at roughly half the size.
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