The JPEG image format is inherently lossy. Because of this, each edit and subsequent recompression of JPEG images in general purpose image editors, such as Adobe Photoshop, results in a progressive degradation of image quality. Fortunately there is, in most cases, a way to avoid this unnecessary recompression. If you just need to quickly process a group of JPEG photos from your latest vacation - rotate, crop, remove red-eye, imprint date or comments - you do not need to compromise on image quality. Better JPEG is a batch JPEG editor that can do all of this without loss of image quality.
- improved: support for Unicode strings in EXIF.
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